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…1950s back court tenements in Docklands Govan in Glasgow were awesome places…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
……it was a different landscape back in the 1950s in the big cities of the UK… Docklands Govan in Glasgow, where Master Gallacher spent his infancy, had more than its share of rented tenement housing… up to three-storeys-high, grey, austere, stone buildings, sum’times red, depending on the material available when…

A Boy Named Rabbit by @MarciaMeara #BookReview #Suspense

A Boy Named Rabbit by @MarciaMeara #BookReview #Suspense

Originally posted on Jacquie Biggar-USA Today Best-selling author :
? ? In Book 2 of the Wake-Robin Ridge series, Marcia Meara, author of Swamp Ghosts and Finding Hunter, returns to the rugged beauty of the North Carolina mountains, introducing a little boy whose remarkable gift will change the world for everyone he meets. “Evil’s comin’, boy…comin’…

Is This Historical or Fantasy?

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by J.U. Scribe ? Both carry the idea of constraining something into a fixed space. We put things in boxes mainly with the purpose of organizing things to make it easier to retrieve certain items. As people we love to put things in figurative boxes whether we are consciously aware of…

How to know difference in your voice and a characters

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Sounds hard right? It did for me. I found myself making the process harder than it needed to be. Between my WIP, blog, and branding I tied myself in knots. Turns out I just needed to KISS. NO! Not smooching. Good grief, get your mind out of the gutter. …

…authors bashing other writers’ work?… how very dare they!…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…the other day, I read a post from my Facebook friend, the wunnerfully prolific Authoress, m’Lady, Charity Parkerson, in which she shared her annoyance at seeing some authors viciously ravaging other scribblers’ books… …I am solidly in her corner with that sentiment… since the beginning of my own journey ten…

5 Powerful Blogging Tools That Will Work For You

Originally posted on Hugh's Views & News:
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Getting readers to engage with you by leaving comments on your blog posts is something many bloggers crave. And when those comments clearly show that your post has been read, it’s one of the best feelings in the world. Those types of…

The Best Ways to Use Metaphors and Other Literary Devices

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Jordan Jolley ? Literary devices are the paintbrush. The story is the painting. We’ve all been taught this ever since we learned how to read. Letters build words. Words build stories. Most of us have also been taught how to make our writing come to life,…

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