Monthly Archives: February 2018

Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza

Originally posted on The Critiquing Chemist:
Rate: 2.5/5 Medium: Kindle Overview (No Spoilers): Empress of a Thousand Skies piqued my curiosity after first synopsis I’d read regarding the upcoming title, as such Belleza’s novel ended up on my Most Anticipated…

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Originally posted on Lunarian Thoughts:
There she stood, crimson dress, brown eyes, barefoot, freckles dotting the night sky like constellations. My arm around her waist, like the rings of Saturn, we waltzed among the stars, through nebulae and galaxies. Her…

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Try and fail

Originally posted on Cristian Mihai:
Failure is the building block of success. Failure is what’s probably going to happen when you step outside your comfort zone. Simply put, whenever you’re going to try something for the first time, you’ll probably…

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The world of my books

this post aims to explain the world in which my Wereding Chronicles is set. the books are set in a possible future in which the previous culture has been destroyed and mankind is a shadow of what he was! though … Continue reading

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Writing Romance for the Skeptic

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Elisabeth Wong Okay, I guess it’s confession time: I’m a love skeptic. To a certain extent. And if you were wondering, yeah, that confession was for my own sake too. I…

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9 reasons why you should self-publish

Originally posted on The Cat's Write:
Many of you will know that I am considering self-publishing my novels. It’s not something that I’ve considered lightly as I know going it alone is not easy and there’s still a fair…

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Wonder Woman: Warbringer – Book Review

Originally posted on Thrice Read:
“Because people are always going to look. They’re always going to judge, so you can say nothing or you can at least answer back.” ― Leigh Bardugo, Wonder Woman: Warbringer Wonder Woman: Warbringer by: Leigh Bardugo 4.5/5…

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Daily Three-Word Prompt #16

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

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*RELAUNCH* My Vampire Boyfriend #Erotica #UrbanFantasy #ValentinesDay

Originally posted on SpookyMrsGreen:
I have a Valentine’s Day treat for you, my friends! Sink your teeth into this fantastic short story anthology featuring characters from the Redcliffe Novels British Paranormal Romance series. I have relaunched My Vampire Boyfriend (A…

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Shogun VS. Lincoln in the Bardo

Originally posted on Deborah J. Brasket:
I have two books on my nightstand, Shogun by James Clavell and Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders. Both are historical novels, the first an epic adventure story set in feudal Japan in…

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