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NEW TO PRE-ORDER FOR ONLY 99C/99P: “Ours: Book IV of the PlayNISE Series” by Ryanne Anthony – #Romance, #Multicultural&Interracial, #Contemporary, #Multicultural

#contemporary, #romance, #interracial, #multicultural, #indieauthor, #indiepromo, #authorpromo ? Mona Tyler decided she was going to be best the personal assistant ever trained. After her year-long preparation with agent/manager/producer extraordinaire Barney Howell, he places her with hot and sexy actor Sean Andrews. While working with Sean at his home, Mona meets handsome and equally sexy Devin…

A Seasoned Author’s Tips On Handling Criticism!

A Seasoned Author’s Tips On Handling Criticism!

Originally posted on Didi Oviatt:
Sometimes I think of reviews and critique, be it negative or positive, as being suggestive ingredients of sorts for my next creation. Like my writing/books is actually a four course meal. I’ve shopped, prepped, marinated, mixed, chopped, fried, blended, and baked until I’m utterly exhausted. I feel like the food…

Write a Haiku & Get the Kids Writing Too!

Originally posted on Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author:
Let nature inspire you… Our rock garden at the Farmstead is singing. The columbine were so glorious this season they inspired me to write “The Choral Debut,”  a haiku (Japanese-inspired, non-rhyming three-line: 5-7-5 syllable poem). I hope The Choral Debut inspires you to get outdoors and let nature…

Copyright: What’s the Big Deal?— By Julie Barlow

Copyright: What’s the Big Deal?— By Julie Barlow

Originally posted on QWF Writes:
The Federal government is in the process of revising the Copyright Act. If you don’t think that matters to writers, think again. I’m always surprised to see blank stares on writers’ faces when I launch into a speech about copyright. Some of them aren’t clear why copyright really matters. Others…

Quote Wednesday: Travel Edition

Quote Wednesday: Travel Edition

Hello my little munchkins. How are you all doing? I am doing well. I am listing to The Imitation Game soundtrack at the moment. If you haven’t see that movie yet I highly suggest you go and do it is amazing. Anyways, Why don’t we get ahead to the quotes! “Man cannot discover new oceans…

Wednesday weirdness

Write Like the Dickens – By Jo Eberhardt…

Write Like the Dickens – By Jo Eberhardt…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Writer Unboxed: Charles Dickens. His name is synonymous with so many things: Christmas, high school English classes, and comically repulsive characters existing in squalid social conditions. Most, if not all, of us have read at least one of his books — or, at the very…

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