Monthly Archives: June 2018

Taking the Plunge.

Originally posted on Lisa Mackay – Author:
Having spent some time humming and hawing about the benefits of attending a book conference, I had talked myself out of it in 2017. But as the advertisements for the Dublin Writer’s Conference…

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Reblog: The Writing Life: Don’t Be an Unreachable Author

Originally posted on Sharon E. Cathcart:
During one of the meals, I spoke for a while with an author who works with other authors in editing and copywriting. I enjoyed this conversation and wanted to reach out to this author.…

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Echo 2 gets five stars on!

Originally posted on Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha:
McSkubbits!  Big Thank You goes out to Jane Tims, who threw Echo 2 five stars on!  Thank You So Much Jane!!!  🙂 🙂 😀 Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:  Vol. 1 on Kindle.  Vol.…

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Pretty in Pink Sunday

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WIP Extract

this an unedited extract from my WIP (Work In Progress), Dark Tide Rising which is the third book in the Wereding Chronicles! “The being called the White Wolf Tristen Silverbrow stood on a high place and looked out to see … Continue reading

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The Mississippi Delta Is Full of Secrets in ‘Sweet & Low’

Originally posted on Chicago Review of Books:
Nick White’s gorgeous story collection, Sweet & Low, is wonderfully woven from threads of identity, sexuality, family, and heartbreak. Characters are deeply flawed and unforgettable, burdened by secrets that often threaten their very…

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When to Show and When to Tell

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Kyle Massa ? Show, don’t tell. If you’ve ever taken a writing course of any kind, you’ve probably heard that phrase. If you haven’t, the meaning is pretty simple: don’t come…

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Meeting a New Idea Is Kind of Like Falling In Love with Someone for the First Time

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
It’s difficult to explain what it feels like to someone who’s never experienced it themselves. The way reality slows down or stops the moment you see it. The way your chest twists and spasms and…

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