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#ShareAReviewDay – For the Sake of a Child by Stevie Turner

Originally posted on The Write Stuff:
This morning, please help me welcome author Stevie Turner, who would like to share a review of For the Sake of a Child. I know you’ll find this a subject of importance, and will help us get the word out far and wide. Thanks! REVIEW: A haunting book Amazon:…

Trim the fat from your fiction: Redundancy – by Kerri Miller…

Trim the fat from your fiction: Redundancy – by Kerri Miller…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Utopian Editing site: Great stories can be ruined by too many words. Redundancy in particular can make your prose squeak like the clarinetists in a middle school band (I’m allowed to say that because I played clarinet). Not all repetition is bad. It can…

Great reminder on what not to worry about

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
In other words… I need to use this as my screen saver. A constant reminder that my first draft doesn’t have to be perfect. I’ve rewritten the same chapter at least five times. Tweaking a comma here, a comma there, putting commas everywhere only to go back rewrite the…

My Review of The Beast of London #fantasy #bookreview #TuesdayBookBlog from L.D. Goffigan

My Review of The Beast of London #fantasy #bookreview #TuesdayBookBlog from L.D. Goffigan

Originally posted on D.E. Haggerty:
Title: The Beast of London Series: Mina Murry Series Author: L.D. Goffigan Genre: Fantasy Published: April 17, 2017 ~ Blurb ~ An electrifying retelling of a classic tale, THE BEAST OF LONDON is the first book of the Mina Murray series. Mina Murray once lived an adventurous life, but…

On Losing My Ability to Read and Write

Originally posted on BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog:
By Rae Pagliarulo Right around my birthday this past January, as I was on my way to a friend’s house carrying a pizza for dinner, I slipped on a sheet of ice, flew into the air, and landed on my head. My first thought was not about the…

Profile of Word Weaver Writing Contest 1st PLACE WINNER: “Devils Hollow Holy Water” by Adele Marie Park

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
What goes on inside the writerly mind? Let’s sit down with our Word Weaver Writing Contest 1st place winner, Adele Marie Park, and find out. ? (Like all our winner’s profiles, when they answered these questions, they did not yet know what place they had taken in the contest.) author Adele…

Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT #crimefiction #TuesdayBookBlog One Step Ahead by @DenverAuthor

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team review is from Cathy, she blogs here Cathy has been reading One Step Ahead (Gamekeeper Turned Poacher #1) by Denver Murphy Detective Inspector Jeffrey Brandt retires after a long and very successful career with one aim in mind. He has always been able to understand what drives people…

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