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I know you want to see the cover of @MartinaABoone's debut, COMPULSION, ...
I know you want to see the cover of @MartinaABoone's debut, COMPULSION, so it's convenient that I have the link here: http://t.co/JWnGv8mAXv
Cover Reveal: 'Compulsion' by Martina Boone, plus a giveaway
Cover Reveal: Compulsion by Martina Boone plus an interview and giveaway
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For those of you who read one of my previous posts (found here), at the end I vented some frustration after attempting to gain access to a s
Taking Time by Ellie Garratt and Scary Storm Photos
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Author Blogging 101: Up With Comments! | www.publetariat.com
Joel Friedlander on blog comments: why you want them, and how to inspire them.
The Character Therapist: Backstory: A Lesser Known Reason Why Not to Dum...
An online therapy service for fictional characters
Social Media News and Web Tips – Mashable – The Social Media Guide
Social Media news blog covering cool new websites and social networks: Facebook, Google, Twitter, MySpace and YouTube. The latest web techno
Adventures in Agentland: Conflicting Advice and What to Do With It
The other day I was ranting to my mother-in-law about how my brand new coffee maker leaked. She convinced me to try and return it, as the ta
Ian Irvine Reveals 41 Ways to Keep Readers Turning the Page!
41 WAYS TO CREATE AND HEIGHTEN SUSPENSE IN FICTION PART ONE – CHARACTERS AND THEIR PROBLEMS According to top New York literary agent No
Wordplay: Helping Writers Become Authors: Most Common Mistakes Series: A...
To flashback or not to flashback? Sooner or later, that's a question every writer is confronted with. A good flashback is sometimes just