One problem new writers have is creating realistic characterization within a character driven plotline.
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Before I get to another author interview this week, I'll be posting two separate blog posts tonight. The first is that I have a sale on the ebook version of Turbulence until Friday. This means that it will stay at .99 cents and gradually increase back to the $2.99 price point by Friday. If you've waited for ...
Kindra Sowder is a prolific author that runs her own printing press called Burning Willow Press. Like Lily Luchesi, I met Kindra through a release party and read her first book in the Permutation Archives, The Harvested. In a matter of chapters, I fell in love with Mila, but what impressed me about Kindra was ...
First of all, happy holidays! I hope you guys enjoyed whatever holiday you celebrated! Now, onto business. I received this great review from Kelly Smith Reviews! It's not a five star review, but it's got great criticism that every author should consider when reviewing their first book. Every reader will have it. I do not care who ...
Stake-Out: Book One in the Paranormal Detectives series. I met Lily Luchesi at a release party for Andy Peloquin and she had somewhat of the same premise as my books, so I decided to give her first book a try. While life prevented me from reading this book all night, it took me four sessions ...
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This book is recommended for those who are into urban fantasy and paranormal with mystery, suspense and thriller elements (with a bit of dark humor thrown in). This also appealed to anime fans, because some of the characters are quirky, like the female lead who poisons people, races cars and tries to run from the mafia while dressed like a 70’s child. Oh, and getting hunted by the feds because of her profession, unaware that’s he’s a professional hitman dressed like a homicide detective.
Jim Goforth is a reputable horror editor and writer for J Ellington Ashton Press and Crystal Lake Publishing. To learn what the master of horror and splatterpunk is up to, click on the interview 🙂
When a writer is bored with their scenery, it reflects in their writing. Readers will know and eventually criticize in reviews, or put the book down before finishing. Therefore, this post will discuss how to change up some of those boring scenes and revive them into something new and refreshing.
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