Wednesday, May 3, 2017
#amwriting #romanticsuspense #audio Would you like to write stronger?
After returning from an after-tax-season vacation since my husband is a CPA, a handful of reviews popped up on Amazon. I appreciate all reviews even if they aren't stellar fives, but the sentence I loved most was this one from a reviewer:
The technical writing was SUPER strong. If you read any sentence, paragraph, or page in isolation, you will find nicely-assembled sentences, good descriptions and a great command of language.
Here is something super fun-- my first book on writing, How to Write Point of View, will come out on audio. Talented Chelsea Carpenter is narrating, and this book comes alive with her amazing voice. How to Write Point of View is coming at the end of July on audio, but is currently available as an eBook and paperback.
at May 03, 2017
#MysteryExchange #spotlight -- have you ever had a daydream that ends up in a book? Let's ask #mystery writer Cathy Perkins @cperkinswrites
Please welcome Cathy Perkins, talented author and her book, In It For the Money! Where do authors get their ideas? Someone told me the...
Ghost #BookHugs #Paranormal #Romance: Legacy of Evil: The Hotel LaBelle Series, Book 2 by Sharon Buchbinder @sbuchbinderToday I have my spotlight on Legacy of Evil: The Hotel LaBelle Series, Book 2 by Sha...
Today my spotlight shines on today's brand new release, When Time Is a River by Susan Clayton Goldner. This riveting suspense will kee...
Author Pamela Thibodeaux shares Five Facts about the Tempered series set in Bandera, TX Bandera, Texas is known as the “Cowboy Capital ...