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When Tis Done – Part 54

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
Jordan goes to drama rehearsal after school, to find Lien there. At debate, Brian has to put up with Jian. The young Asian man seems determined to annoy Brian. “I’m going to start with the new kids,” he told Brian. “Think of a subject and get everyone going. Extemp in…

Beautiful Liars by Isabel Ashdown #BlogTour @TrapezeBooks @IsabelAshdown #GuestPost #Extract

Originally posted on bytheletterbookreviews:
Book Description: Eighteen years ago Martha said goodbye to best friend Juliet on a moonlit London towpath. The next morning Juliet’s bike was found abandoned at the waterside. She was never seen again. Nearly two decades later Martha is a TV celebrity, preparing to host a new crime show… and the…

The Developmental Edit: Are you (emotionally) ready? – From the Writers in the Storm Blog

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
By Guest Blogger Kathryn Craft ? A developmental edit can feel a lot like sending your child to school for the first time. You’ve had several years to exert your influence on his upbringing and must now allow others into his journey. You may be ready to push the…

Day Reaper by Melody Johnson

Day Reaper by Melody Johnson

Originally posted on Megan Morgan:
Welcome to the blog today, Melody Johnson! She’s here today to give us some writing tips! Tips and Tricks to Fool Your Brain into Writing Writing is a rough gig. It’s a solitary activity, so either you wake up at ungodly hours before the sun and your loved ones rise…

The 2nd PLACE WINNER in the March 2018 Word Weaver Writing Contest: Anne Clare, “Dark Corners”

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
YOUR HUMBLE HOST It is my pleasure to present to you the second place winner from the March 2018 Word Weaver Writing Contest, Anne Clare’s “Dark Corners.” Anne Clare’s story was a blast to read. She hooked me from the opening and held me straight through to the end. Obviously,…

Brilliantly written and infused with @SusanWiggs trademark style… Map of The Heart #Romance #Reading @AvonBooks @PureTextuality

Brilliantly written and infused with @SusanWiggs trademark style… Map of The Heart #Romance #Reading @AvonBooks @PureTextuality

Originally posted on Jacquie Biggar-USA Today Best-selling author :
Widowed by an unspeakable tragedy, accomplished photographer Camille Palmer has made her peace with the past and is content with the quiet safety of life with her teenage daughter, Julie, in a sleepy coastal town. Then the arrival of a mysterious package breaks open the door to…

Thunderclap’s Broken. Enter DayCause.

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
I was referring to Thunderclap as recently as last month, then I found out on Monday that they have been rejecting some author campaigns. Susan Tarr, author of Miranda Bay, tried to run a campaign on March 28th. Upon filling the forms and completing the process, she received the…

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