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#21 Query Corner: ‘THE WINGS OF OBORIO’

Originally posted on Morgan Hazelwood: Writer In Progress:
Welcome to: Morgan’s Query Corner: Answering Your Query Quandaries THE WINGS OF OBORIO is a fantasy. After his father destroys a witch’s forest, Prince Braun and his new bride, Princess Martiel must learn to trust each other if they want to end the witch’s curse to save their…

Character Quotes from Set for Love by Dellani

Originally posted on Cereal Authors:
Bern walked Kennedy to the shop once more, giving her another kiss. “There are advantages to working with your boyfriend,” Sterling said with a sigh. “I could stand to start my day and end my lunch with a kiss from a handsome man.” “Sorry, ma’am,” Bern said with a sorrowful…

421 ways to say said? – Simplify dialogue instead…

421 ways to say said? – Simplify dialogue instead…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
from Now Novel site: If you search for alternative dialogue tags to use in your story, you’ll find many lists. While some synonyms for ‘said’ read naturally (such as words conveying volume like ‘whispered’), others come across as overwritten and forced, particularly in the wrong…

What you need to know about best selling books

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Every writer dreams of hitting the bestseller list. However, there are more books than M&Ms promising to show us the way. So which one do you pick? Well, I’ve got a good one you should consider reading. ? I admit I picked up this book with a lot of…

Helpful Advice For Writing Blog Content That Matters – by Lisa Brown…

Helpful Advice For Writing Blog Content That Matters – by Lisa Brown…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Just Publishing Advice: There is no doubt that we need more good content on the net and when it appears, we appreciate it. If you are a blogger who wants to add value to the lives of your readers, you are on the right…

Is Levitation Possible? #CuspofNight

Originally posted on From the Pen of Mae Clair:
Illustration of Daniel Douglas Home performing levitation By Unnamed artist [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Happy Monday, everyone! Today, the lovely Gwen Plano is hosting me on my second to final tour stop for Cusp of Night. I hope you’ll pop over to check out my post…

A thousand miles of history III – A ring of life and death

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
We arrived in Dorchester with time enough for a coffee and a short wander before Helen’s train was due to arrive, after which we would be heading north a few miles to meet our companions for the workshop weekend. Window-shopping holds no appeal, but the railway station…

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