#BookReview The Women of the Castle by @jessicashattuck @BonnierZaffre

The Quiet Knitter

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Published 18 May 2017

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Watch RWISA Write Blog Tour

Novels by Jennifer Hinsman

RWISA is a literary group established within RRBC named Rave Writers – International Society of Authors (RWISA). The whole month of August the club is featuring its authors on a tour. I’ll be hosting several of these authors throughout the month and I hope you stop by and enjoy their fabulous writing.

RWISA TOUR (1)

Today’s Author is Yvette Calleiro.

Yvette Calleiro

Words

By Yvette M Calleiro

The written word and I

Are cherished friends,

Embracing each other’s thoughts and emotions

Like kindred spirits,

Dancing on clouds.

Bosom buddies who gossip and giggle

And gasp at all the same moments.

She and I are equals,

More than that, really.

We are two parts of a whole,

Complementing and complimenting the other,

Perfect beings.

The spoken word and I

Skirt around each other’s social circles.

We stumble around awkward pauses,

Unable to pull the perfect word or phrase

From our filing cabinet of knowledge.

Ease and…

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Watch RWISA Write – Yvette Calleiro

Dawn Delivers

RWISA TOUR (1)Yvette Calleiro

Welcome to the first in a series of posts showcasing the very talented RWISA authors beginning with  Yvette Calleiro: 
https://ravewriters.wordpress.com/meet-the-authors/author-yvette-calleiro/

Words By Yvette M Calleiro

The written word and I
Are cherished friends,
Embracing each other’s thoughts and emotions
Like kindred spirits,
Dancing on clouds.
Bosom buddies who gossip and giggle
And gasp at all the same moments.
She and I are equals,
More than that, really.
We are two parts of a whole,
Complementing and complimenting the other,
Perfect beings.

The spoken word and I
Skirt around each other’s social circles.
We stumble around awkward pauses,
Unable to pull the perfect word or phrase
From our filing cabinet of knowledge.
Ease and grace flee without a moment’s notice.
She is more skilled than I.
She whispers her intricately woven ideas into my mind,
But her delicate strength is no match for
The hills of anxiety and the mountains of insecurity

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I like writing I do not like editing

it is true when it flows and the writers blog stays away i love writing!
but when it comes to rading back to check for mistakes i hate it!
yes i know its necessary but i do not have to like it!
yes i know what your thinking why don’t i let an editor do it?
well i have used an editor for my first novel the awakening of magic
https://www.amazon.com/Awakening-Magic-Book-Wereding-Chronicles-ebook/dp/B011VL6YX8/#top
but before i did i edited it as well as i could because i felt i owed it to the book and myself to do as much as i could to give the editors a good book which they would just clean up. it did not quite turn out like that but the point still stands edit even when using editor!
i give these words as advice when it comes to writing no size fits all. you should do what works for you!!!

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Everything That Will Tempt You to Quit Writing–and How to Deal with It

A Writer's Path

by Meg Dowell

Pursuing a career in writing comes with plenty of obstacles. Overcoming those obstacles — especially when your barriers involve other people — can be overwhelming. The stress of trying to Make Writing Happen can be draining enough to force you to consider quitting. Even though you shouldn’t!

Here are a few things that will, or have already, almost convince you to stop writing — and how not to let them bring you down.

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RELAUNCH: The Redcliffe Novel Series

Kim's Author Support Blog

The Redcliffe novels series follow the adventures of bookshop owner Jessica Stone as she meets a man and falls in love, only to discover the hidden werewolf secrets
of her close friends. Who knew the Cornish coast could be so deadly?
 Love Hurts (A Redcliffe Novel) is about a young woman who runs a bookshop in Cornwall with her best friend. She falls in love with a local police detective and later discovers that he is a vampire, and that his identical twin brother is a werewolf. She is dragged into their complicated and dangerous lives, to her detriment, where secrets are told and lives are lost…
 
 
Love Kills (A Redcliffe Novel) is book 2 in the developing Redcliffe series. In the quiet Cornish seaside town of Redcliffe, Jessica Stone recovers from an horrific werewolf attack and comes to terms with revelations that her lover, Jack Mason…

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Getting Yourself to Write

A Writer's Path

by Shelley Widhalm

Writing can be a struggle for writers of all levels, from beginning to professional.

The struggle has a dreaded name: writer’s block.

Writer’s block refers to not being able to write while facing the blank page or the middle of a project. It can be a matter of losing the inspiration or motivation to write, or not having the time and space.

Maybe the writer wants to write but does not know what to say or how to say it. Or the writer does not have anything new to think about or ways to describe things.

Or, could it be a matter of the writer not knowing where to go next?

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