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Character Quotes from He Thought He Saw by Dellani

Originally posted on Books & Entertainment Network:
Mr. Finley talked to the sergeant who had been at Brian’s house. He wove some story about coming out here for a cookout when an earthquake struck. “Brian must have been right on a fault line,” he said. “Sucked him right in. We dug him out, but he…

When Tis Done – Part 53

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
All day at school, Brian is plagued by Jian, who is in most of his classes. After school, the Asian boy openly expresses his interest in Jordan, which makes Brian angry. She reminds him that he’s supposed to be kind, no matter what, but that doesn’t sit well with Brian.…

HERE ARE YOUR WINNERS! Dan Alatorre’s Word Weaver Writing Contest (March 2018)

Pros And Cons Of Traditional Publishing vs Self-Publishing – by Joanna Penn…

Pros And Cons Of Traditional Publishing vs Self-Publishing – by Joanna Penn…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on The Creative Penn: Authors now have a choice in how they publish and get their books into the hands of readers. This article covers the pros and cons of traditional publishing and self-publishing. Continue reading HERE

The Woman at Number 24 by Juliet Ashton @simonschusterE @julietstories

Originally posted on bytheletterbookreviews:
Book Description: Meet the residents of number 24 in the warm, witty and wonderful new novel from bestselling author Juliet Ashton.   When your marriage falls apart, the last place you’d want your husband to move to is downstairs. Unfortunately for Sarah, up in the eaves at number 24, her ex-husband now lives one floor…

Mini Writing Conference aka Writing Craft Day

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
? Time to step up your game! April 28, these brilliant ladies and I will be giving you the goods, directly, on what to do to improve your writing. Florida peeps: It’s a short hop over to the hotel! You can learn cool stuff and then buy me a drink…

Free Writing Software And The Best Free Writer’s Tools – by Derek Haines…

Free Writing Software And The Best Free Writer’s Tools – by Derek Haines…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
On Just Publishing Advice: See full details HERE ?

Looking in the Looking Glass

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
As I schedule a post or two in advance to cover my absence for the Silent Eye’s workshop weekend, there are few things I can predict with any certainty. You never know what is going to happen or how things are going to work out. One thing…

Why Reinvent the Wheel

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
Take a long hard look at the Orion space vehicle. Seem familiar to you? It should. Think back to when the Apollo programme to send men to the moon happened. Since the Space Shuttle was retired due to the shortsightedness of those who hold the purse strings in…

Signs that spring is finally here!

Originally posted on JEMSBOOKS:
? The weather here in New England, USA is still a little cool – 50’s. This is a vast improvement over a week ago when we had snow and 30 degree temps. My husband and I went for our usual walk – 2-3 miles around the neighborhood. I snapped phots of…


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