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The Sunday Show – Defining Moments with author Angie Quantrell

NATURE NEVER GIVES UP part 2

NATURE NEVER GIVES UP part 2

HOW DO YOU WRITE YOUR BOOK? PART 2.

Originally posted on MARSocial Author Business Enhancement Dragon Post:
I have received some comments on ‘How Do you Write Your book?’ so I thought I would post some of them here. On the whole, the comments seem to agree with my method, although I appreciate there are many indie authors out there, and some may…

Should grownups read young adult fiction?

Internet Friendships

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
Is there anything more unusual, or indeed as unlikely as an internet friendship? I prefer to think of the phenomena as being a classic Claytons situation. If you are wondering what I’m wittering on about, bear with me. Years ago, in the nineteen-seventies, a southern hemisphere company whose…

Raisa – a character from IN SEARCH OF A REVOLUTION

Originally posted on writerchristophfischer:
Raisa is a Finnish nurse who befriends Zacharias during the Civil War. Estranged from her family and traumatised by unwelcome sexual advances in her past, she finds in him a gentle soul worthy of her affections. Although he doesn’t return her feelings, he takes up her offer of accommodation and friendship.…

Guest Post by Veronica May: 8 Uncommon Habits That Make You A More Professional Writer

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
This is a guest post by the talented Veronica May, an experienced editor and blogger at A-Writer. She has written for multiple online publications, where she strives to share her knowledge and opinions. Her main focus is covering a variety of topics in the field of education. Although her post…

Snowed – Part 41

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
After lunch, Mike and Sarena are saying goodbye, but Steve keeps honking his horn, irritating Mike. “I’m gonna kill him,” I said. “He’s one dead shegetz.” Sarena gave me a funny look. “Not heard that before.” “Like a shiksa, only male.” I made a rude gesture, causing my mother to…

Northern Light

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
In a few days I run northwards again for the monthly meeting of the Silent Eye. Since the birth of the school I have been blessed with the opportunity to point the car northwards every few weeks. Before that it had been the best part of twenty…

Amazing Matilda

Originally posted on BOOK CHAT:
By Bette A. Stevens Matilda has just emerged from her egg, and already she wants to fly.  The sparrow tells her she has to have patience and follow her instincts. The speckled toad says she needs wings. But Matilda doesn’t know what patience and follow her instincts means. Moreover, where…

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