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Hanging out at the Book Fair Book Cafe

Originally posted on writerchristophfischer:
Book Fair and Book Cafe Every year in April there’s a book fair in Llandeilo, an integral part of the Lit Fest with many authors being part of the festival programme as well. Local authors show off their books and are available to talk about their work and sign books. Get…

#Romantic #Suspense My Review of Inconclusive Evidence by @reily_garrett #TuesdayBookBlog

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Inconclusive Evidence by Reily Garrett 4 Stars Inconclusive Evidence is a romantic suspense novel, book #3 of the McAllister Justice series. It begins with an investigative reporter mailing incriminating evidence to a friend for safety. When Megan Chauner opens the package, she finds that it contains evidence of illegal nanotechnology…

When Destiny Takes A U-Turn [Guest Post]

Rachel Poli Today’s guest post is a short story brought to you by Saba. Thanks, Saba!           Light sunny morning during the winter days, the greenery around me was smiling, but a little reluctantly. The chill in the air was bothering them, as it was bothering us all! I was all sweaty running along the lines of […]

Blurb me again! How ’bout one of these for The Water Castle? Better?

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
Yesterday I rolled out a first-draft blurb for this book. Today, I’ve tweaked it. (Three blurbs follow) Is one of the following blurbs better than the others? Which elements do you need in a blurb so you’ll feel compelled to check it out further? What puts you off? BLURB 1:…

Mystery Mondays: Haris Orkin on Finding Ideas

Originally posted on KRISTINA STANLEY:
Today we welcome Haris Orkin. His novel You Only Live Once, was published by Imajin Books on March 21st. So it’s hot off the press, as they say. In addition to being an author, Haris is and playwright. Over to Haris… James Bond is Barking Mad by Haris Orkin Aspiring…

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I hate the way the gaming world treats the English language!

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
I make no secret of the fact that when I’m not writing or researching, I’m a video gamer. As I prefer to write science fiction, it should be no surprise to you that when it comes to video games, my preference is for better than average sci-fi games…

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