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Book Review: Still Rock Water by @FranceneStanley

I remember reading At The Back of The North Wind for the first time (a very beautiful children’s book that I highly recommend). The idea of a magical force or supernatural being whisking you away to fix wrongs and perform good deeds is very compelling and adventurous. But what if you’re not a little boy looking at the world through …

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Rise of the Sidhe: Book Boost and Giveaway

I love giveaways! So when I heard about the Rise of the Sidhe book boost (with a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card), I knew many of you would want the details 🙂     ABOUT THE BOOK   The de Verdun family have lived and breathed village life since the raising of their great tower centuries ago. …

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The Writing Process

Thanks to author Dicey Grenor for tagging me as part of the Writing Process Blog Tour. A few weeks ago I participated in another tag and discussed in-depth my writing process, so I’m going to give you something new for today 🙂 I’ll go over the top three things I NEED when I embark on a new novel or short …

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Guest Post: Editing Fiction–How to Save Time Without Sacrificing Quality

Editing Fiction: How to Save Time Without Sacrificing Quality by Nikolas Baron There are Not Enough Hours in the Day We’ve all heard it before…there are not enough hours in the day. You feel as if your time is fleeting and there’s not enough time for you to complete your writing and editing in time for your publisher’s deadline. And …

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WWIV Blog Tour

ABOUT THE BOOK What will we do when suddenly our power, our phones, and our cars don’t work? What will we do when we realize our government is missing and we have no protection; no police, no national guard? What will we do when our food runs out or spoils, and fresh water becomes scarce? What will we do when …

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Quick Triberr Intro For Busy Writers

You should be writing. And let’s face it, social media is a double-edged sword that on one hand can be fun and allow you to connect with readers and your peers–and then on the other, it sucks your time like a vampire. I’ve got a Twitter account, Facebook, this blog, LinkedIn, and maybe a few others that I can’t even …

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Feature Friday: New Myths Anthology + A Special Thank You

If you love mythology, enjoy strange creatures, foreign worlds, badass Greek gods, and then some, you are going to want to grab a cup of tea and cozy up to this collection of short stories. Get New Myths @Amazon  @B&N  @Kobo I am both excited and pleased to have had the opportunity to team up with some amazing authors and …

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Cover Reveal: Echoes of Memories by @SamLaFantasie

You’ve all seen my review of Made to Forget by Samantha LaFantasie–well, for those of us who’ve been waiting for the sequel, it’s near! 🙂 Echoes of Memories picks up where we left off, and I’m ready for some action, and for another thrilling ride into this world Ms. LaFantasie has created. Release Date July 2014 Enter the Giveaway! a …

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Book Trailer: Epiphany – by @stuartland_wrtr

[tube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzTtTfkQBQ4&feature=youtu.be[/tube] Enjoy the trailer for paranormal/fantasy author Stuart Land’s book, “Epiphany.” If you haven’t seen my review of his wickedly fun Original Blood series, check it out!  

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Author Interview: Mike Reeves-McMillan

I have always been fascinated with shamans, so I was excited to see that Mike Reeves-McMillan has a story appearing in the New Myths anthology. Shamanism weaves together an interesting blend of the physical and spiritual worlds. Sometimes the two worlds meet, and at other times they are separate–but let’s learn more of how Mike envisioned his story. Author Interview …