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5 Easy Ways to Support an Author

You love to read? You have a favorite author you just can’t wait until they publish their next book? Show ’em some love. 5 Ways to Support an Author Write a review. This seems simple but the truth is few readers take the time to review a book once they have read it. Reviews don’t […]

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An Indie with Reviews?!

“As an indie author, it’s hard to get people to review your book.”  This is one of the most reiterated statements I hear from other authors.  And it Simply. Isn’t. True.The self-pubbed world of literature has literally EXPLODED in the last one- to two-years thanks to success stories like Amanda Hocking.  What used to be […]

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Vaginal Fantasy Pimp

As most of you are aware, I’m a writer. I talk about writing. I like to discuss books. To my dismay, however, there are very few book clubs in my smaller than fly shit area. Of the groups that are around, they are elderly Christian women who read religion-inspired novels, elderly women who read traditional […]

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Matzo Ball Sucker Remedy 1

Writers who don’t read… Suck big ol’ Matzo balls.  This past year I’ve noticed a trend in my writing; it’s dying a slow, painful death. I’m constantly finding an excuse not to write, and my writing schedule? Ha! It’s turned into “How long can I stare at the screen and pretend I’m writing when people […]

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Book Review: Shadows in the Dark by L.D. Hutchinson

It’s NaNoWriMo, baby! Which means I’m an in full-on Terminator-mode for word count. However duty as a writer keeps me reading. Also the fact that I have promised several fellow authors in months past to review their work keeps me reading. Last but not least is the fact that if, as a writer, I don’t […]

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Book Spotlight – Adventures of Baby Jaimie

While I don’t often promote in the Children’s genre, I was touched by the sweetness of this book.  Book Title: The Adventures of Baby Jaimie: Baby Jaimie Has A Crush Book Blurb: From the minute she met him everyone thought Baby Jaimie’s first crush was Derek. Derek even thought so. That’s why he asked her […]

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“We saw Silence; at the end of all things, we fled…”

C. Hope Clark, author of Lowcountry Bribe and founder of Funds for Writers, had a wonderful spot on her blog last month that I wanted to share. I whipped off an email to Ms. Clark for permission to share her post, and she agreed. Following will be the brilliant words of Hope. If you’re a […]

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A Little Bit of Nothing

I’m stuck. My latest paranormal novel is recently released, and my next WIP is looming. I find myself organizing a blog tour, doing some networking on a massive scale (the likes of which I’ve never attempted before), and trying to decide if the next two WIPs are worth the time and energy I’m putting into […]

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