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the Everglades

Originally posted on
The Mafia has discovered some new tricks getting their drugs from Colombia to the US – and it all works well until…… Come along with Carson Reno to the Everglades where he finds trouble everywhere. #mystery #thriller #suspense #murder



Kobo Writing Life Guest Post by Deborah Cooke (Abridged from a version originally published on Book charms are adorable and readers love them. I’ve bought them in the past from Etsy vendors, but when I realized I needed at least 100 of them for an event last August, I decided to try making my […]

By Popular Demand, Flipboard

Originally posted on Story Empire:
Hi all, Craig here again. I’ve posted a few times on my own blog, Entertaining Stories, about how I’ve benefitted from a semi-obscure media called Flipboard. Flipboard is one of those curated content setups, and I came to it by accident. Once upon a time, I had a Zite Magazine…

Mystery Mondays: CJ Petterson on Novel Themes

Originally posted on Creative Story Editors:
Mystery Thriller Week is an annual event that celebrates the Mystery, Thriller genre. Welcome to all writers, published or unpublished. MTW was Feb.12-19, 2017! That was last week, but we still have mystery authors to showcase. Mystery Mondays is helping celebrate by hosting mystery writers leading up to this exciting week.  Today we have…

Knit wits

Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness:
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Parenting Meme…

Parenting Meme…

Return to the Shattered States: New Release by Charles E. Yallowitz

Return to the Shattered States for a tale of love between a woman & her jeep! Lloyd and Cassidy’s last adventure was to honor a life. This time they are out to end one. It was a normal, violent… Source: Return to the Shattered States: New Release by Charles E. Yallowitz

5 Tips to Ensure Your Editor Doesn’t Hate You

5 Tips to Ensure Your Editor Doesn’t Hate You

Originally posted on Kristen Twardowski:
Some time after receiving the first round of edits, a writer may wonder whether or not her editor hates her. Surely, the theory goes, if her editor liked her, the suggested changes wouldn’t be so terrible. The good news is that receiving extensive edits from an editor does not mean…

Against The Odds #photography

Kith and Kin by Sophie Bowns

Kith and Kin by Sophie Bowns

Originally posted on The Little Wise Owl:
I received a free copy of Kith and Kin in return for an honest review.  Book: Kith and Kin Author: Sophie Bowns Pages: 264 Genre: Drama / Period Drama Age Recommendation: 12+ Published:11/09/2016 Amazon Goodreads ★★★★ Set during the Industrial Revolution, Kith and Kin is very different to the fantasy novels…


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