Archive for March 2014

"Jaspar's War" A Great Book by a Great Author–Cym Lowell–A Giver of Gifts

“Jaspar’s War” A Great Book by a Great Author–Cym Lowell–A Giver of Gifts OPERATION: NEXT CHAPTER OPERATION: NEXT CHAPTER Gives Wounded Warriors a Reason to Heal “Jaspar’s War wondrously chronicles one brave and desperate woman’s attempts to escape a Kafka-esque nightmare. Cym Lowell’s brilliant debut strains the boundaries of the thriller genre, even as it seeks to…

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#3 Chat on How to Start Writing Your Novel

#3 Chat on How to Start Writing Your Novel Proven fact (not really): Chocolate and coffee will help the writing man, woman too! This third webinar will discuss the following writing issues: What the writer knows that the reader does not: the beginning and ending Deep characterization Why scene-setting is all about characterization Our discussion will last…

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This Week on Dialogue: Mystery Author Susan Finlay!

This Week on Dialogue: Mystery Author Susan Finlay! I met today’s guest a few years ago on Facebook and through her blog Susan Finlay Writes where Susan discusses writing, publishing and where she hosts other author interviews to promote there books. In fact, Susan Finlay had me on her blog nearly a year ago. You can find that post…

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Loving a chat with another Susan today–Susan Finlay

Loving a chat with another Susan today–Susan Finlay My radio show airs this morning and then becomes a podcast for eternity. You can listen live or later–your choice–to me talking with guest mystery author, Susan Finlay. The following link will zoom you to the show… http://dialoguebetweenthelines.com/2014/03/27/this-week-on-dialogue-mystery-author-susan-finlay/ Now, here’s a bit about Susan Finlay, author of…

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Putting the period on "The End"

Putting the period on “The End” My most recent writing project is for a series written by a NY Times Bestselling author. I wish I could reveal who but he has threatened me, “Tell or die. Your choice,” His lip quivered. He raised a machete and snarled. His eyes glistened as though tempting me to tell what I’d…

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