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Christian (The Protectors Book 1) BY L.ANN MARIE

Originally posted on The Owl Branch Book Promotions:
Freaky kids abound! Paranormal is taking over the Princes and MC. Christian learns, loves and leads us into the new generation of Protectors. He does it the only way he knows, Badass. A READERS REACTION TO CHRISTIAN Fantastic start to a new series, January 20, 2017 By …

A WORTHWHILE EXCITING READ–ROOM 103 BY DELLANI OAKES

Originally posted on The Owl Branch Book Promotions:
Back for her college reunion, Deputy Marshal Marice Houston doesn’t expect to hook up with an old boyfriend. Nor, does she expect to be a witness to a deadly assault, which was motivated by a decade-old rape case. Orson Roberts is dead, killed by the owner of…

Life is Live and a Freebie

Originally posted on Jo Robinson:
Life isn’t always fabulous, but it is mostly very interesting. Waiting for things to be perfect is never going to work out, so here I am – blogging away before being totally caught up with everything. It’s taken me a while, but I get that particular thing now – that…

Hints from the Pros: Book Tour Tips #how2ebook

Hints from the Pros: Book Tour Tips #how2ebook

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
Flickr Creative Commons: Daniel Go Greetings from the road! I’m out on book tour promoting?Girl in Disguise, skipping around from the very north (Minnesota) to the very south (Alabama) of the country, filling my days and evenings with readings, signings, panels, book clubs and keynotes. Other than forgetting to…

Pets: Ways to Include Animals to Enhance Your Fictional World, by Crime Writer Sue Coletta

Pets: Ways to Include Animals to Enhance Your Fictional World, by Crime Writer Sue Coletta

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
I love writing pets into my stories. Not only is a great way to show a killer’s soft side, but they become important family members for the main characters. In my stories, I’ve used a Rottweiler, mastiff, and St. Bernard (MARRED and CLEAVED), a calico,…

4 Easy Outlining Methods: Find What Works Best For You

Rachel Poli Outlining is hard. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you’re working on, outlining your novel is a tricky thing. Sure, it may help you in the long run, but it still requires time and thinking. There are many different ways to outline a novel and you need to choose what works […]

In Pursuit of Paradise by @KateRandle1 #romance #TWRP #amreading

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