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Stillness by Eldon Farrell Will Appeal to #RobinCook Readers! #bookreview #medicalthriller #books

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Guest author: Michael Dellert – What is the Title of My Book?

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
I was recently asked where the title for my new book, The Wedding of Eithne, came from, and what it meant to me. I only had about 100 words to answer that question, but it set me to thinking about books, and their titles, and how authors…

Based on a True Story – How Can It Be Real? by Michael Allan Scott

Mystery Thriller Week How Can It Be Real? As an author of supernatural thrillers, it’s a question I’ve heard a time or two before. In my experience, the single most important aspect of good storytelling is what I call the “Reality Factor.” We’ve all read a book, seen a movie, that should have worked but […]

The Pros and Cons of Writing a Series

Originally posted on Kate M. Colby:
Happy Friday! Just a quick note for you today, as I want to share a guest post I recently wrote for author Margarita Morris’s website. In this article, I break down the unique advantages and challenges that writing a series offers, as well as provide a few tips for…

Finding Funding: Writing in a Kickstarter World

Finding Funding: Writing in a Kickstarter World

Originally posted on Kristen Twardowski:
Readers and writers are living in a crowdfunded world. Where once publishers oversaw which books came into print now writers just need to convince potential readers to support them. Writers suddenly have more opportunities, but they are restricted by the market as well. Kickstarter is one of the largest venues…

Meet Eldon Farrell and the First Book in His Series #amreading #books #TuesdayBookBlog

Meet Talfor and Discover Why We Think He’s Fascinating @libraryoferana #books #audio

An Unavoidable Downside to the Tight-Knit Indie World

An Unavoidable Downside to the Tight-Knit Indie World

Originally posted on Author Lila Vale:
And I thought politicians were the experts of spin. Let me start by saying that I love the indie community and I am so happy to be a tiny part of it. There’s really nothing like it, and I owe bits and pieces of any success I see to…

Struggling authors, please read.

Struggling authors, please read.

Originally posted on Author Kyle Perkins:
By Kyle Perkins. ? So lately I have heard from a few people that they feel like they should just give up on writing because for whatever reason, they are feeling like it just isn’t worth it anymore. Whether they feel like they aren’t getting enough attention, don’t have…

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