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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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Snowy Valentine

Jasper Bunny goes on the hunt for a Valentine’s Day gift for his wife, Lilly. In need of inspiration, he turns to his friends but ends up caught in one trick and trap after another. Until a little bird gives him the answer he seeks, only then Jasper realizes the perfect gift was right in […]

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Advice From Pros: Meg Gaertner

Meg Gaertner is the Managing Editor for fiction books at Jolly Fish Press and Flux (North Star Editions) where she currently acquires and edits young adult and middle grade novels. Though Meg’s first career choice was in the medical field, her trajectory changed when she rediscovered her love for writing. She went on to earn her MFA in […]

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Author Q&A With Dee Walters

Dee Walters is living in Northern Nevada with her youngest son, workings as an emergency response dispatcher, and writing in her spare time. Her mission is to help individuals with grief and other personal issues they may face. Dee is a compassionate person who authors books to help as many people as possible. She also […]

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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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