Monthly Archives: October 2017

Flash Fiction A-Z: V is for…

Originally posted on Stories from the Heart:
This is a series of very short stories, under 100 words, that include the chosen word.  Feel free to add your own in the comments below. V is for… Volcano Logan James Mitchell,…

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Introducing Alena Des and her book heartless

  Heartless   I created Riley in the second book of my Kings series as a dark angel and the brother of my main female character. He was supposed to be a side character, a character that played his role … Continue reading

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How to Sharpen the First Sentence in Every Chapter

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Carolyn Dennis-Willingham ? We all know that the first sentence or two in a novel needs to, not only grab a reader’s attention, but flip them out of bed, melt them…

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Appreciating the beauty of every season of life.

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Improving Your Writing Craft

this is just a suggestion do what you want with it! but i have heard that if you want to improve your writing craft you should invest in a writing course! i am not going to suggest one you will … Continue reading

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Daily Two-Word Prompt #149

Originally posted on Teresa Creation's:
“Take control” Write a story or poem using the two-word prompt. Be creative and have fun writing! I’m looking forward to reading how you use the two words together. Please link your response to…

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Echo 1 gets a five star on Goodreads!

Originally posted on Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha:
McBAMSKIES!  I see that the super kind lady known as S.E. Isaac left a five star on Goodreads for Echo 1!  Thank You So Much S.E!!!  🙂 🙂 🙂 Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:…

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In Love With My book(s)

Originally posted on Didi Oviatt -Author:
A shipment of books was dropped off on my doorstep last night, and I’m absolutely beside myself! Excited doesn’t even begin to explain how I feel right now. It’s kind of weird the way…

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Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo

Originally posted on The Critiquing Chemist:
Rate: 3.5/5 Medium: Book Overview (No Spoilers): Up until a few years ago, the extent of my Wonder Woman knowledge entailed a vaguel notion of a lasso wielding comic book/TV show superhero.  In early 2014,…

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Don’t Forget About Your Story’s Setting

Originally posted on Meg Dowell:
In school we were taught setting matters. Where your story takes place ends up its own character. Sort of. Yet it’s so easy to focus on our characters and the tragic things we’re putting them…

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