via 365 Challenge: Day 321 - Discount Watching Glass Shatter by James J Cudney, is on sale today for only 99cents on Amazon. If you haven't already picked up a copy, you really really should! After 40 years of marriage, Olivia Glass thought she could handle the unexpected death of her husband. But … Continue reading Watching Glass Shatter is on Sale
Fellow blogger Alexis maintains an inspiring and supportive blog over at Untangled. While learning to live with the effects of her trauma, and working with the deficits caused by PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder), she has co-authored three inspirational books. Her memoir, Untangled, speaks to the courage, resilience, and triumph over her unimaginable hardship. Her newest … Continue reading If I Could Tell You How It Feels ~ Book Release Today!
I read this post by Adrienne on Friday and was mesmerised. Every Friday, Darque Dreamer Reads posts a faerie tale and retelling. The graphics are beautiful, the stories are compelling and the music is haunting. If you're not following her already, you really should; and check back every Friday for faerie tales. via Faerie Tale … Continue reading From Darque Dreamer Reads: Faerie Tale Friday- The Little Selkie by K.M. Shea
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(it’s a minefield…) Guest post by Terry Tyler
The scenario: you’re a self-published/indie press published writer who tweets, blogs and is a generally active member of the online writer community. You like to read and review the work of writer friends, if in a genre that appeals. One of these friends (who I will call Friendly Writer and refer to as ‘he’, for convenience), asks you to review his new book, via an ARC. The blurb piques your interest; you say yes. You start to read, with enthusiasm—but there’s a problem. Several of them. The dialogue is unrealistic, the characters are one-dimensional, or tired stereotypes. Maybe the plot is unconvincing, or it’s a bit slow/long-winded/badly researched. If it was a random book by a stranger, you’d abandon it.
If you’ve been active in the online writer community for a while, this might be a situation you’ve…
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Wonderful way to meet new bloggers courtesy Dream Big.
Evelina and I are presently en route to Florida so I’m going to run the Meet N Greet through next Wednesday!! Be sure to share this post with your readers to get more people involved and more links shared!
It’s the Meet and Greet weekend everyone!! Strap on your party shoes and join the fun!
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- Leave a link to your page or post in the comments of this post.
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Hi Guys, Dani over at Touch My Spine Book Reviews is hosting a Giveaway of Deadly Little Games by Laurie Faria Stolarz. Go check it out. Hello lovely people!❤ I hope everyone is having a fantastic day!😁 Today I’m starting a giveaway for the book Deadly Little Games by Laurie Faria Stolarz. I am using … Continue reading Giveaway by Touch My Spine Book Reviews