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The Saturday Round Up. – Lottery winnings, Quincy, Sledgehammer and The Weekend Cafe

Everything Everything – Book Review

Originally posted on The Book Review Directory:
? –If you have not read the book, avoid soilers by only reading the bold text– Ahh, this was everything I expected it to be and more. My disease is as rare as it is famous. It’s a form of Severe Combined Immunodeficiency, but you know it as “bubble baby disease.” Basically, I’m…

Watch “”Halloween Verse” The New Flow of Horror” on YouTube

Originally posted on "Fiction Has No Boundaries" I AM DENO SANDZ:
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Kindle Unlimited KENP Read for September, 2015

Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
Image from ShutterStock. KINDLE UNLIMITED PAGES READ FOR SEPTEMBER, 2015 Good news, I think: Kindle Unlimited paid $0.00507 per KENP read for September, 2015. That’s just over half a penny per page. Why is this good news? Because in August, 2015, Kindle Unlimited paid $0.00514 per normalized page read. We now…

Armand’s Horror Movie Survival Kit

Originally posted on ARMAND ROSAMILIA:
? First, I want to thank Man Crates for coming up with this idea and getting my creative juices flowing.It’s a very cool site that packages perfect gift crates for us dudes, pairing booze and man food and other awesome stuff. They even have a zombie survival crate. Seriously, if…

Review… Davey & Derek Junior Detectives: The Case of the Missing Cell Phone by Janice Spina

79 Words & Duct Tape — Features from Atonement, TN

Originally posted on Teagan's Books:
First an Update — My Writing Process I began drafting Atonement in Bloom about a year ago (as I’ve already whined).  Last week I saw that a long “magical” interlude right after the opening needed to happen later in the story. You’d think that would be a simple matter… However, delaying…

The Past Is A Foreign Country: Why Historical Fiction Is Surging

Originally posted on Tara Sparling writes:
A few short years ago, when the world was gripped by the throat by an ugly global recession, as opposed to just gripped by the goolies as we are now, fantasy fiction took off like a rocket. When times are bad, it seems, people want to go somewhere else…

…Authors… playing the rankings ‘numbers’ game in a positive way…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…from the many virtual conversations I have with fellow scribes, Lads and Lassies of Blog Land, all, and who have books listed on the Great God Amazon, I understand that most of us have more than a passing interest in how our wee masterpieces are faring… and why not?…  when…

Some surprising tips on pitching to an agent (and some not so surprising)

Some surprising tips on pitching to an agent (and some not so surprising)

Originally posted on Helena Fairfax:
Last week I was at the Ilkley Literature Festival – a series of writing-related workshops and talks held every year here in the north of England. One of the talks was given by Andrew Lownie, who deals with non-fiction at the literary agency of the same name.  Andrew Lownie’s agency…

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