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FREE until 5-29-18: “Effection” (The PlayNISE Series, #1) by Ryanne Anthony

#contemporary, #romance, #interracial, #multicultural, #indieauthor, #indiepromo, #authorpromo Despite the rough circumstances of her early childhood, Kaia Graham was determined to succeed. Escaping her drug-addicted mother to the comfort of a better life with her paternal grandparents, Kaia worked her way through college and became a success before the age of thirty. Along the way, she…

If There Was a Board Game About Life as an Author #SundayBlogShare #BoardGames #WritersLife

If There Was a Board Game About Life as an Author #SundayBlogShare #BoardGames #WritersLife

Originally posted on BlondeWriteMore:
One of my favourite board games is ‘The Game of Life’ by Hasbro. You spin the wheel and start down the road of life in your little plastic car, taking exams, getting a job, making money, getting married, having babies, acquiring pets, losing money and going on adventures. The other day, whilst playing…

Smorgasbord Short Stories – Flights of Fancy – Mañana, Mañana by Sally Cronin

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
Welcome to the next story from my collection Flights of Fancy… a cheating husband and a dash to a remote beach… what could to wrong… or right? Mañana, Mañana by Sally Cronin The hot sun burnt her already tanned legs and she moved them slightly into the shade of…

Tips for Better Fiction Writing: “Start”

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
Speaking of start, you’d better START your story – time is running out! Don’t forget to enter our 1000 word writing contest! $300 in prizes! For more info and to sign up, click HERE I’m writing a book series called Tips For Better Fiction Writing, in which I tackle all…

7 Steps To Take Before Submitting Your Manuscript To An Editor

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
I don’t often have the pleasure of hosting guest posts by editors, so I am particularly pleased with this one. Liam Carnahan looks at editing from the editor’s point of view, explaining what you need to do before you submit your manuscript to an editor. Liam is the founder and…

Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT #HistFic #Mystery Bad Blood Will Out by @penandpension

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team review is from Terry, she blogs here http://terrytylerbookreviews.blogspot.co.uk/ Terry has been reading Bad Blood Will Out by William Savage 4 out of 5 stars This is the fourth in the Ashmole Foxe series of 18th century murder mysteries.  Foxe is a dapper entrepreneur living in the centre of Norwich. …

Short Story Sunday 214: Number One Suspect [Part 4 – Mystery Month]

Rachel Poli DID YOU READ PARTS ONE, TWO, AND THREE?             After talking to Noah, Jayden’s former boss, George and Lilah went straight back to the office to brainstorm more ideas. Things were suddenly looking for Steven. While the motive for killing his wife was still prominent, things were looking shady on Jayden’s end as […]

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