Posts Tagged ‘fiction’

#BagLady Book Reviews: FIRST THE THUNDER by Randall Silvis

#BagLady Book Reviews: FIRST THE THUNDER by Randall Silvis What a life. Read books. Eat. Sleep. Read more. Write. Write. Edit. Read another book. I’d say a blessed existence. Especially, since I’ve recently offered up giving book reviews as #BagLady Book Reviews. So, on we go with the next installment of #BagLady Book Reviews: FIRST…

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Griffin Bay Bookstore is Hosting Me This Saturday

Griffin Bay Bookstore is Hosting Me This Saturday From 2P until 4P, Griffin Bay Bookstore is Hosting Me This Saturday. I will be sitting just inside the door with my latest thriller, THE DEATH OF VULTURES. Griffin Bay Bookstore is located at: 155 Spring Street, Friday Harbor, WA 98250 Open Every Day 10am-6pm (360) 378-5511…

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Monday's First Three Sentences

MONDAY’S FIRST THREE SENTENCES It’s Monday, the first day of the week which means it’s Monday’s First Three Sentences. What the heck is that? Well, I thought it might be fun for writers to post in the comment section their favorite first three sentences of their own work. Nothing more. Nothing less. THESE ARE THE…

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Friday Free Days

WHAT IN THE WORLD ARE FRIDAY FREE DAYS? I hear you ask. Content for Friday Free Days offers an assortment of Freebies–writing instruction, eBooks, and marketing ideas. Sometimes Friday Free Days is none of these and just a bunch of free stuff I’ve found or have and want to give to you. But for today,…

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Tuesday Dialogue Days – Guest Author Kay Kenyon

Posts for Tuesday Dialogue Days isn’t what you think! No, we won’t be discussing how to use dialogue in writing, although that sounds like a great weekday posting topic. What we will be discussing is Tuesday’s guest on Dialogue. Because, as you know, every Tuesday my radio show Dialogue: Between the Lines airs live at…

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Happy Valentine's Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day from me to you. I’m giving you, not only the beautiful roses Bob got me for Valentine’s Day but also a free book. First though, let me tell you a little about Bob. He wooed me with roses, champagne, chocolates, and all the goodies you can woo a person with when you’re…

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Inspired Reading Equals Inspired Writing

Inspired reading equals inspired writing, from reading about scene-setting to characterization. I’ve been reading some great authors lately. What I enjoy is how each time I learn something helpful for my own writing. One writer will have an interesting nuance about how she links characterization to scene, how she gets to the heart of sensuous…

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A New Story Tie-in for THE DEER EFFECT Available Now

That’s right! A new story tie-in for THE DEER EFFECT is available now. What’s a tie-in, you ask? A tie-in is basically a spin-off to a related, larger story. For instance, a short story that might have begun as a character analysis but which has spun off into a short story that relates to the…

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