New Release – Lost In Time By Tish Thawer — Ch’kara SilverWolf

Reblogged from Tish Thawer This series is awesome and I highly recommend it. It’s live!!! My Legends of Havenwood Falls story, LOST IN TIME is available now. This novella features two of the three Howe sisters from my Witches of BlackBrook series, and answers some questions regarding their missing time mentioned in The Daughters of […]

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Mystery Review: “Death in a Mudflat” by N.A. Granger

Mystery Review: “Death in a Mudflat” by N.A. Granger

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My Husband’s Lies by Caroline England #BlogTour — mychestnutreadingtree

Today I’m thrilled to be on the blog tour for My Husband’s Lies by Caroline England. Many thanks to Sabah at Avon for inviting me. About this book… On the afternoon of Nick and Lisa’s wedding, their close friend is found poised on a hotel window ledge, ready to jump. As the shock hits their […]

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Building conflict – the dastardly life of a writer 😈 #amwriting #writerslife

G.L. Cromarty

I’m with Bugs Bunny every time. Well, maybe not necessarily the swift part, I’m okay with revenge of all kinds in a book.

And so should every writer be

Building conflict is a natural part of writing. Take every opportunity to drive a little more drama for our heroes and heroines. Explore every option to pile on the pressure, take away safety nets, and keep your readers guessing at motives and intent.

It isn’t always easy to provide surprises, but that doesn’t mean you have to make it easy for the reader. As the saying goes the first draft is you telling yourself the book. Once you know the way the story will play out, walk through again and generously sprinkle red-herrings, weave subterfuge, and turn up the heat.

Yes, we need the balance of the good, the empathetic, and the kind, but they will shine so much brighter if…

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Colleen’s 2018 #Book #Reviews – “Eye of Sun, (Dragon Soul Quartet, Book 4)” by Author, D. Wallace Peach — Colleen Chesebro ~ The Fairy Whisperer

Title: Eye of Sun, (Dragon Soul Quartet, Book 4) Amazon Author Page: D. Wallace Peach Publication Date: 2nd edition (August 19, 2016) Formats: Paperback & Kindle LINK to Four book Series (BEST VALUE) Genres: Literature & Fiction, Sea Adventures, Fantasy, Action & Adventure Goodreads IN THE AUTHOR’S WORDS: Provoked by Kearney and the hunters of Loughran, Phelan hires warriors […]

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Book Review: Jenvia Book Review: Jenna’s Case by Andy Siegel — The Writing Train: Join the locomotion

BOOK BLURB A teen-aged girl can be among the most vulnerable of human beings. And the preyed-upon young woman at the dark center of Jenna’s Case is certain to win the heart of readers. Believing Jenna Radcliff to be the victim of a Brooklyn doctor willing to put greed above his oath […]

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Eric Barnes – The City Where We Once Lived Review — The Scary Reviews

Genre: Dystopian Length: 244 Pages Publisher: Arcade Publishing Release date: April 3, 2018 Synopsis: In a near future where climate change has severely affected weather and agriculture, the North End of an unnamed city has long been abandoned in favor of the neighboring South End. Aside from the scavengers steadily stripping the empty city to its […]

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