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A Successful Book Signing

A Successful Book Signing

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
I had the pleasure of participating in a book signing with my co-author on the new book, Frank Immersed, at the Harbour Village Marina in Ponce Inlet, Florida yesterday, 1/28/17. It was a fun event complete with signing books, answering questions about writing, karaoke and dancing. It was also fun…

Chapter 5; Jackson Tennessee

Originally posted on The Price of Beauty in Strawberry Land:
Jackson, Tennessee                                             Larry Parker had called twice by the time I walked in the lobby door of the Peabody – it was almost eleven o’clock. Marcie yelled across her desk, “Hey Carson, the police are looking for you this morning. A Captain Parker has…

Poetry: Through Winter To When Spring

Poetry: Through Winter To When Spring

A New Species: Harry Potter and the Crab King

A New Species: Harry Potter and the Crab King

Originally posted on Kristen Twardowski:
No, the title of this post doesn’t refer to a piece of Harry Potter fan fiction about the dangers of overfishing. Instead it references the naming of a newly identified species of crab, Harryplax severus. Harryplax severus is the wondrous, pale creature pictured above. He and his brethren come from the…

5 qualities of a brilliant story

Originally posted on Nail Your Novel:
I write a lot of posts about problems with book drafts. But isn’t it just as important to look at the positive? If we listed the qualities of a brilliant read, what would they be? (Plus, I think we need a feelgood post.) So, as I sit here on Sunday…

Author Marketing Support 2017 – here on Writer’s Treasure Chest

Author Marketing Support 2017 – here on Writer’s Treasure Chest

Originally posted on Writer's Treasure Chest:
Picture courtesy of: http://worldartsme.com/spread-the-word-clipart.html#gal_post_48436_spread-the-word-clipart-1.jpg Since this blog exists I hosted 40 fellow authors on ‘Writer’s Treasure Chest’. I am very proud of this number, but I’d like to do more. It’s January 2017 and I plan to publish further Author Spotlights here on my blog. By now ‘Writer’s Treasure Chest’ has…

THROUGH THE BARRICADES by @denisedeegan Fabulous #Irish war time #HistFic #SundayBlogShare

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Through the Barricades by Denise Deegan My rating: 5 of 5 stars Through The Barricades is an Irish based historical fiction. The prologue opens in 1906, a house fire. Maggie Gilligan’s father gets her to safety out of a bedroom window. His last words to her are “Make a difference…

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