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TAKE A TRIP TO JAMAICA THEY SAID, IT’LL BE FUN THEY SAID–JAMAICA DEAD BY KAREN VAUGHAN BOOK 5 OF THE LAURA AND GERRY SERIES.

 After Graduating from the Crime scene investigator course, Laura and Gerry escape for some quality time in Jamaica. As usual, things are not going according to Hoyle for Cookie the corpse magnet as another murder takes place. The victim was obnoxious and not widely admired by his fellow vacationers but what did Donovan Mitchell do…

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News: Talking about books, writing, getting published – and the blogosphere

Originally posted on Book lovers' booklist:
Sue and I are increasingly being asked to give talks about our writing and answer the question: how do two people write together? And we love it. It means we get to meet lots of keen readers, people who have read our books, or people who want to buy…

#13 Query Corner: ‘IMAGINARY’

#13 Query Corner: ‘IMAGINARY’

Originally posted on Morgan Hazelwood: Writer In Progress:
Welcome to: Morgan’s Query Corner: Answering Your Query Quandaries IMAGINARY is a YA fantasy. Tylin is a homeschooled teen, applying for early college admission. Glimmer is an imaginary friend, assigned to a teen who’s far too old for him. Glimmer’s job is hard enough. One problem, his…

Angel Messages April 17 2018

Angel Messages April 17 2018

Originally posted on Annette Rochelle Aben:
Your Daily Message from Angels… You ARE the ENERGY that CREATED YOU! We love you Pure love, Angels!!!

How To Use Grammarly To Improve Your Writing – by Joanna Penn…

How To Use Grammarly To Improve Your Writing – by Joanna Penn…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
We rarely see the errors in our own writing, which is why I’m a super fan of using professional editors to improve my own books. But there are things we can do to improve the manuscript BEFORE sending it to an editor. Continue reading HERE

Do you focus on the eyes to see the character?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Do you believe the eyes are windows to the soul? Whether you believe this cliché or not, eyes are important. How you describe the eyes of a character can reveal a lot to the reader. “Eyes that sparkled like sapphires glanced my way.” This sentence tells us only that…

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