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Writing Tip — 54

Originally posted on Anna Dobritt — Author:
A few tips to help you improve your writing. Read. I can’t stress this enough. Read books. Good books, bad, books on writing, books on editing, history, science. Increase your knowledge from all that you read. Join a great critique group. The group should teach you about writing,…

Interview: Bestselling Author Patrick Jones | Savvy Book Writers

Originally posted on The Linden Chronicles:
. . Today’s interview is with Patrick Jones, a great storyteller and bestselling author of  THE WOLF’S MOON, who just launched his latest book, THE RIVER. Source: Interview: Bestselling Author Patrick Jones | Savvy Book Writers

Do you need a pro or can you DIY?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
I’ve read good and bad about both. But there must be a good way to DIY. As a writer, unless we’ve hit the NYT Best Seller list on our first time at bat, we need an affordable good book cover. So how can I do that? One thing I…

Flesh blood and bone

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
A man, Flesh, blood and bone, And a heart full of memories, Flees war that ravages Flesh, blood and bone, Brings a warm, soft memory, Flesh, blood and bone, And asks that we see, Not a threat, But a man and his cat, Just flesh, blood and bone.

Blog Tour: A Lighter Shade of Blue

Originally posted on Vampires, Crime and Angels…Eclectic Me:
Assigned the role of keeper of her older sister, Calla, Bluebell Strong has spent her life cleaning up messes. Frustrated, unappreciated, and repressed, Blue drifts away from her family. Suddenly, a jail sentence lands Calla in prison. She then becomes her nephew, Bolton’s guardian. Pulled headfirst…

#Read ‘A Peek at Bathsheba’ for #99c / 99p from 18th to 19th September…

#Read ‘A Peek at Bathsheba’ for #99c / 99p from 18th to 19th September…

Five Star Treatment – My review of Pattern of Shadows by Judith Barrow

Interview With Author Annabelle Franklin

Originally posted on Sacha Black:
Please welcome Annabelle to this weeks author interview. You can find Anabelle on her blog, Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads or Amazon especially her book pages Gateway to Magic and The Slapstyx. Without further ado, please welcome Annabelle. ? What are you currently writing/working on? I’ve recently published a humorous fantasy featuring a tribe of grubby goblins and a…

The Dragon Tempest blog tour

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
You might remember that I have a story in this anthology, which is one good reason for promoting it. Another is that Christine Haggerty also has a winning story included. Here is an excerpt from her story: The End of Everything. Tucking her wings above her spine, The Seeker…

#RomancingSeptember Day 18 Christmas Carols by @DaisyBanks16 #Books

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Welcome to Day 18 of #RomancingSeptember Our guest today is Daisy Banks with her book Christmas Carols Where is your home town? My home town at present is Penkridge in Staffordshire, England. It is a very pretty place, but my heart belongs to Bridgnorth in Shropshire. I am also very…

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