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Please vote for the cover for “Shadows & Lies” (A Carson Reno Mystery) by Award-winning author Gerald W. Darnell on AuthorsDB – #MysteryThriller&Suspense, #Mystery, #PrivateInvestigators, #HardBoiled

Click here to vote for the cover for “Shadows and Lies” All Carson Reno, Mystery Series Books, are standalone novels. It is not necessary to read them in any particular order. What happens when a rich client, three beautiful women, a shifty businessman, a gambler and a missing spouse are all suspected of murder? The…

“Rheanon’s Heart” (Time Travel Society Series, Book 3) by Crystal Miles Gauthier – #Literature&Fiction, #Genre Fiction, #Horror, #Occult, #HistoricalFiction

                             #Historical, #Paranormal, #Shifter, #Romance, #Adventure, #Witch’s Rheanon Donatesu taught at a prestigious girls school in London. She prided her self on being able to take a young woman under her wing to teach her about science and mostly how to be…

Got Nothing to Say on Social Media? Check Out These Examples! – by Frances Caballo…

Got Nothing to Say on Social Media? Check Out These Examples! – by Frances Caballo…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Social Media Just for Writers: Many people are confused about what they should say on social media. Feeling like you’re in the same situation? No worries. Just keep reading. You may remember the 80/20 rule: 80 percent of the time, you promote your colleagues,…

Character Quotes from Something New by Dellani

Originally posted on Cereal Authors:
“That sounds like a spiffy idea,” Austin agreed. “Spiffy?” Liat smirked, scoffing at him. “I sense disapproval of my word choice, Miss Vogel.” “Since when does anyone under sixty say spiffy?” “I thought I’d start a new trend.” Austin unlocked his trailer and led her inside. © 2018 Dellani Oakes…

Tips On Writing Characters With Agency

Originally posted on Morgan Hazelwood: Writer In Progress:
One thing you hear about a lot when you start sending your manuscript out into the world is ‘agency’. Most agents (and publishers) are looking for characters who make things happen, not ones who merely react to the situation they’re stuck with. In general, inciting incidents…

Historical Research for Writers and Enthusiasts – How to Do It and Why

I recently had the opportunity to make use of my master’s degree in history when I gave a talk to a local writers group on how to use history to spice up your fiction writing. The idea is that history is filled with stories–millions and millions of them. Down through the ages cultures have developed,…

Book Promo – Get ‘My Own Voice’ for 99c/99p from 31st May to 4th June…

Book Promo – Get ‘My Own Voice’ for 99c/99p from 31st May to 4th June…

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