Monthly Archives: August 2017

Protecting Bedlam: Join the Resistance & Get a Brownie Part 3

Previously on the latest tale of Cassidy & Lloyd. (If you want, buy their previous rampages for $2 by clicking on the covers below.)                   . A trail of people knocked into … Continue reading

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How do you get readers to turn the pages?

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
The topic of this blog is one that has been a challenge for me and I’m sure for many others. How do you keep readers interested enough in your book to keep turning the…

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Path of the Traitors: An Upcoming Adventure for Redemption

Time to start looking at the next Legends of Windemere entry, which will bring us one step closer to December’s finale.  It will be an epic journey through harsh lands where the heroes will fight to redeem themselves for past sins.  Wait … Continue reading

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Sally’s Odd Jobs and Characters – Guest Post _ Sally G. Cronin

Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
Odd Jobs and Characters – The Steak House by Sally Cronin I am so pleased to have Sally Cronin visit and talk about her odd jobs and the characters she has met. The blog is…

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Protecting Bedlam: Join the Resistance & Get a Brownie Part 2

Previously on the latest tale of Cassidy & Lloyd. (If you want, buy their previous rampages for $2 by clicking on the covers below.)                   . Tents and trailers fill the inside … Continue reading

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Milestones along the way – The Sailor’s Mass #Waterford by Geoff Cronin

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Goal Post: Didn’t Even Make It Out of the Locker Room

This week has been a blur and tomorrow is the first day I can actually settle down with a notebook.  That means there’s going to be very little writing-based stuff in this post.  I’d do a day-by-day, but I can’t … Continue reading

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Books anyone? A few words about MTMail, building a fanbase and Instafreebie. #bookmarketing

Originally posted on M T McGuire Authorholic:
Building a mailing list or a fanbase. Clearly every author wants to be successful, and the ones who are often make it look easy. But usually their success is the result of a…

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Watch RWISA Write Blog Tour – Stephanie Collins – #RWISA #RRBC

Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
Rave Reviews Book Club. One of the objectives of the club is to recognize outstanding talent in its membership. A literary group has been established within RRBC named Rave Writers – International Society of Authors…

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Meet Guest Author Kimberly A. McKenzie…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
We lord ourselves and we find ourselves, and then we know whom we are. Kimberly A. McKenzie-Klemm was born to Dr. Robert Wayne Klemm and Casandra Lee McKenzie in 1970…

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