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FREE for a limited time: “Falling” (The Negative Ion Series) by Ryanne Anthony – # Literature& Fiction, #ContemporaryFiction, #Romance

Originally posted on Owl and Pussycat Book Promotions:
Kimber wanted to be a lawyer almost as much as she wanted Roland Sampson, her older brother’s best friend. After pining for him for two years, Kimber finally accepts that to Roland, she will always be “his best friend’s kid sister,” and nothing more. During her first…

Character Quotes from The Kahlea by Dellani

Originally posted on Cereal Authors:
Spinning angrily, Yktobo rushed blindly toward her, too furious to pay close attention. Her left hand reached out, grabbing a handful of his flailing tentacles. She brought her right in high and fast, slapping him in the face. Surprised, Yktobo ceased his attack. “What was that?” “It’s called a slap,…

When Tis Done – Part 60

Originally posted on Dellani Oakes:
The families with girls will decide if they want their daughters considered by the Beaumont Circle. Brian asks Chase and Marissa what they want. When Chase doesn’t speak up, Marissa allows herself to be considered for the new Circle. Angry and hurt, Chase starts a fight with Brian. Instead of…

Writing the dreaded blurb! #writingtips #amwriting #writinganovel

Originally posted on Alison Williams Writing:
A lot of the writers I work with have a great deal of trouble writing a blurb. I’ve given some tips on this before, but they are definitely worth repeating. Almost as feared as the dreaded synopsis, the book blurb has the power to turn wonderful writers to jelly.…

Author Spotlight: Phyllis Entis

Originally posted on Reade and Write:
Today I welcome author Phyllis Entis back to Reade and Write. Phyllis has penned both fiction and non-fiction, but it’s the fiction she’s talking about today. Phyllis is the author of the Damien Dickens Mysteries, which consist of The Green Pearl Caper, The White Russian Caper, The Chocolate Labradoodle…

Advanced Twitter Tips for Writers #WriterWednesday #AmWriting #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

Advanced Twitter Tips for Writers #WriterWednesday #AmWriting #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

Originally posted on D.E. Haggerty:
There’s no way around it – if you want to build a writer’s platform and cultivate relationships with your readers, you have to be on Twitter as part of your author toolbox. Although I didn’t really see the purpose in Twitter, I followed this advice and worked hard on…

Write it Wednesday

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