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No Such Thing as a Bad Review

Let’s face it. No one likes criticism. Well, at least the destructive kind which hurts to read and possibly leads to scars or setbacks. But we also can agree that constructive criticism is useful. While there’s positives and negatives to all feedback, the “bad reviews” of books are largely of the latter. Now I’m not […]

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How I Became a Screenwriter

Guest Post by Author, Writer, Professor, Editor, and Coach, Dr. Diana Stout I’ve always been a rabid fan of movies, whether on the big screen or small. In the early 1990s, when the internet was new, I was looking for a writer’s online chat room. I fell into Professor Jack Stanley’s Scrnwrit chat room of […]

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Reluctant Hearts

This is a swift but satisfying read by author Linda Griffin. Rather than a one and done romance, it’s a collection of short romantic romps between two people who are reluctant to give their hearts. The characters, while diverse and charmingly unique, share many common threads. For one, they are manifestations of very relatable working-class […]

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Push On To Publishing

Guest Post: Push On To Publishing by Diana Rubino To all published and aspiring authors, my story (and learned experiences) will inspire you to push on to publishing if nothing else will. It’s unique because I’m probably the longest aspiring author to be published—18 years. As every grade school kid, I wrote short stories growing […]

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The Role of the Writer

Guest Post by Best-Selling Author Joseph Lewis “The role of a writer is not to say what we can all say, but what we are unable to say.” ~ Anais Nin Whenever I read a quote by Anais Nin, I find it thought-provoking as it settles in my head, and I find myself keep coming back […]

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The Wild Rose and the Sea Raven

Historical romance readers will adore this medieval French fantasy by Jennifer Ivy Walker. This story is about a tragic love triangle that ends with the most intriguing hook. Young Princess Issylte poses a threat to her new stepmother, Queen Morag. The queen takes an instant dislike of the young girl who stands in her way […]

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