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Great Opportunity to Read Two Novels from a Fantastic Writer – in Exchange for Honest Reviews.

   Looking for a good book (or two)? For a limited time I am offering .pdf copies of Love’s Hidden Promise and/or The Edge of Autumn absolutely free in exchange for an honest review at Amazon.

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Pamela Thibodeaux A Finalist in The International Digital Awards

Keri’s Christmas Wish: an Inspirational Christian fiction with paranormal elements.   For as long as she can remember, Keri Jackson has despised the hype and commercialism around Christmas so much she seldom enjoys the holiday. Will she get her wish and

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1st Interview About New e-Magazine

Jacqueline Seewald interviewed me about the new Knight Writers Magazine, and it’s out today. That’s our first interview, and I’m excited and so pleased.

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Disappointment

by Maris Soule I’ve seen several discussions regarding writers losing the initial excitement they had when they started writing. Some of that loss, I believe, is due to reality replacing the anticipated results of being published; i.e., our book hitting

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Publishing and its Vagaries

by Susan Oleksiw About a year ago those of us who publish with Five Star learned that things were changing. I thought this meant the end of the Anita Ray series, and wasn’t sure if I could continue it with

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You’ve Finished Your Manuscript-Now What? (Part 2)

For my second post about whether your manuscript is ready for publication and the value of a three-chapter evaluation, I would like to discuss the opening chapter more commonly referred to as ‘how to hook the reader.’ When I am

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You’ve Finished Your Manuscript-Now What?

by Victoria Howard You’ve written a novel. Congratulations. Finishing a novel of 80,000-100,000 words is a major accomplishment. So give yourself a pat on the back, or if you prefer, pour yourself a large glass of wine. Before you start what

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