Monthly Archives: April 2017

Lessons Learned from Finishing A Book

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? ? by Destine Williams Hey everybody! It’s Meditative Monday which means that it’s time for tea, coffee, thoughts, and me sounding more like a fortune cookie than usual. Over the weekend, I…

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The Force Awakens by Alan Dean Foster

Originally posted on The Critiquing Chemist:
Rate: 3/5 Medium: Audiobook Overview (No Spoilers): Upon finishing my last audiobook I didn’t have any books waiting for me in my queue, which is a highly unusual phenomenon. Of course this event happens…

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Rave Reviews Book Club Recrootment Day

today is rave reviews book club recrootment drive so if your a reader join and get access to great books and if your a author join and get great support and promotion opitunities so what are you waiting for join … Continue reading

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Where Are You on The Writing Growth Curve?

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Allison Maruska My son has always been above average on the growth curve. Now, having just turned twelve, he’s caught up to his grandmother. He’s tall. And she’s . . .…

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Flawed by Cecelia Ahern – Book Review

Originally posted on Thrice Read:
“When the lows are so immense, victories are small. But they are there despite it. You just have to know them when you see them, little pockets of light and hope hidden away in darkness.”…

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#RRBC Springtime Book & Blog Block Party

Originally posted on Life As I Know It:
Hello, bloggers!! For the entire month of April, we are celebrating the RRBC Springtime Book & Blog Block Party! Today is my posting day and I welcome you from the grand state…

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The Dos and Don’ts to Dialogue Tags

I’m thrilled to welcome Ryan Lanz as a guest blogger today. Sit back read and enjoy. The Dos and Don’ts to Dialogue Tags by Ryan Lanz Writers use dialogue tags constantly. In fact, we use them so often that readers all…

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