Monthly Archives: March 2017

Author Myths: Don’t Believe Everything You Hear

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Hope Ann The writer’s life is surrounded by myths, both inside and out. ‘Oh, you are a writer? You must be rich?’ ‘A writer? Are you a starving artist? I didn’t…

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Top Writing Tips Posts of Winter 2016/2017

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? Hello everyone! Spring is here, so it’s time to take a look back to check out the top writing tips posts of this past winter. Feel free to click any of the links…

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Keywords in reviews.

Originally posted on Lizzie Chantree:
Like most authors, I am learning new things about the publishing industry every day and try to share what I learn here, in the hope it helps other writers, book lovers and bloggers. I have been…

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Gratitude for the kind words!

Originally posted on Novels by Jennifer Hinsman:
There are so many interesting, wonderful authors whose books I would like to read and in the process, get to know the authors themselves as well, but in my efforts to do so,…

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But My Family Would Never Eat Vegan! by Kristy Turner

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Originally posted on Tea and Tales:
There are a lot of Vegan cook books out there. Besides Thug Kitchen and The Happy Herbivore which I use on a regular basis. I found this book last week and was pleasantly surprised…

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The First Book I Published Was Poetry

the first book i ever self published was Dreaming https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00KSC1Q4Y a poetry collection containing poems about the four clasicle elemants female Centaurs Elves and supprise ddreaming! the question i ask myself is does this a poet make me? or just … Continue reading

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Windwitch by Susan Dennard – A Dueling Book Review

Originally posted on Thrice Read:
“There were advantages to being a dead man.” ― Susan Dennard, Windwitch Synopsis After an explosion destroys his ship, the world believes Prince Merik, Windwitch, is dead. Scarred yet alive, Merik is determined to prove…

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