Archive | June 19, 2018

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When you’re down to your last dollar

Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness:
Its value keeps shrinking, but you can still have some fun with it.

Be smart, and avoid my mistake

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Just before I went on a three-week holiday, I thought I’d change my plan with WordPress. Big mistake. With three weeks of sporadic internet service, I was unable to check-in with my blog on a regular basis. But on one of the few days I was able to connect,…

Character Quotes from Sierra by Dellani

Originally posted on Books & Entertainment Network:
“Welcome to the family, Sierra. We’re crazy as hell, but damn we’re fun!” “My family pretty well corners the crazy market,” she told them. “There’s not much you could throw at me that would even make me blink.” “She hasn’t met Dad yet,” Stu looked accusingly at David.…

#ShareAReviewDay – Andorra Pett and the Oort Cloud Café by Richard Dee

The life of a writer

Originally posted on Two on a Rant:
We live a solitary game, inhabiting a shell, wandering, hiding, looking for a purpose, or pawning our lives away waiting for fame. . I asked, “How do I win this game.” She said, “You keep going, you keep doing right… no matter what.” . Over and over she…

Reading Links…6/19/18

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide Traci Kenworth YA Author:
road less traveled Reading Links…6/19/18 Traci Kenworth   Fantasy/Dystopian/UF/Paranormal/SF: Journalist Alma Halsey chases the story of a lifetime to Providence, Rhode Island and finds more than she expected – an old lover, Charles Milburn, and an old adversary, renegade physician Herbert West, living under…

Why You Can’t Trust Negative Reviews (New York Times Article)

Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
? ONE-STAR REVIEWS—CAN YOU TRUST THEM? The New York Times recently published the following article (click the link below to read it) entitled, Why You Can’t Really Trust Negative Online Reviews The article is fascinating—and not what I was expecting. From the headline, I was expecting to see research into ulterior…

Creating The Perfect Newsletter

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
This post was originally posted on the Azure Fire Publishing website. Creating The Perfect Newsletter For many authors, the Perfect Newsletter is like the alchemist’s philosophical stone: if we get it right, we can turn our books to gold! The newsletter is our way to reach our readers, create…

Our next event…

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Castles of the Mind Seahouses, Northumberland Friday 14th – Sunday 16th September 2018 Do we have ‘castles of the mind’? Traditionally, ancient castles were build where there was trouble… Do we have the equivalent in our minds and emotions? Have we, over the course of our lives,…

Author Interview: Mae Clair

Originally posted on Dandelions Inspired:
Those of you that have followed my blog for awhile know that I have nothing but love and respect for the fabulous Mae Clair! I have had the opportunity to read and review her novels for the past few years and I have interviewed her previously, however, in celebration of…


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