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Introducing the characters from my novel “Conditions” – Post 7: Simon

Originally posted on writerchristophfischer:
Simon hides from the world. Once outgoing and full of spark, life and his girlfriend Tracey have let him down and he consequently retreated into a world of self-absorbed introspection, spirituality and virtuality to keep everyone else out. Almost by accident he becomes entangled in Charles’s life, an online friend to…

Halloween Chaos Countdown: Murderous Women of History

Originally posted on Bizarro Central:
6 days until Halloween! Although there aren’t as many female serial killers as there are male, there’s still quite an extensive list of killer women. Typically, female killers murder lovers, kids, or work as nurses and off their patients in some twisted “angel of mercy” syndrome. Some just do it because…

It was a dark and stormy night…

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Go on then… as it’s almost Hallowe’en, I’ll share once again the old Yorkshire tale of the Hand of Glory… It is not a myth… though its truth may be obscure… one Hand even survives to this  day, found in the wall of a house and now…


A Great Quote for NanoWrimo

Originally posted on Author P.S. Bartlett:
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Pay it Forward Friday with Author Felipe Adan Lerma and his book, ONE NIGHT IN THE HILL COUNTRY!

Why Writers Should Watch “Adult World”

Originally posted on Shannon A Thompson:
Announcements:  The latest poem in my Wattpad poetry series has been added! Share, like, and comment for your chance to be mentioned during my next YouTube video. This week’s poem is titled – The Affair – and here are the opening lines: I fell in love with childhood, he…

Familiar blunders when writing a novel

Originally posted on Sue Moorcroft blog:
There’s something about the first 10,000 words of a novel. I like them because (usually), nothing has gone wrong … It’s after that the problems begin. And I’ve noticed that they’re the same problems in every book I write, so here they are: I’ve begun the book in the…

Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Angie reviews Twilight Images by Ethel Lewis

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s book review comes from Angie, she blogs at Angie chose to read and review Twilight Images by Ethel Lewis This is a story about Thad Connors who lost his parents ten years ago and although the authorities had ruled it as murder/suicide, Thad couldn’t help thinking that maybe…

How to Get Individual Publishing / BookMarketing Consultation

Originally posted on Savvy Writers & e-Books online:
. Get Publishing and Book Marketing Advice . THE most often asked question by writers and would-be self-publishers in Google searches: “How to publish a book”.  This prompts to show up 288 Million answers – many from Vanity Publishers, who lay out their traps… but also useful…

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