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Shah Wharton
Attended Shelfield Comp, Walsall College, Woverhampton University
Lives in U.K and Dubai
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Lots to celebrate: Join me to celebrate and in the learning of stuff! X
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bukowski on poetry

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This is why you don't play with your food : )
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These five keys aren’t exclusive to writing in first person, but they are the core of writing successful first person POV and represent mistakes writers more often make when tackling this point of view for the first time compared to other POVs. #amwritin #writetip  
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Ever wondered if you could get a publisher for your self-published book or series? Ever reconsidered your options in this new publishing climate? 

What follows is a list of publishers accepting previously self-published work (speculative fiction), directly from the author (). This information is correct as of Jan 2014 and subject to change.
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A very comprehensive resource--interesting! In general, I would think it would be best to leave your self-published works where they are and send something new to a publisher if you want to be a hybrid. But I know sometimes with series that's not possible. 
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I couldn't sleep, now if I do I'll have nightmares!
 
And this is how a trapdoor spider attacks.

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Ever wondered if you could get a publisher for your self-published book or series? Ever reconsidered your options in this new publishing climate? 

What follows is a list of publishers accepting previously self-published work (speculative fiction), directly from the author (). This information is correct as of Jan 2014 and subject to change.
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Ever wondered if you could get a publisher for your self-published book or series? Ever reconsidered your options in this new publishing climate? 

What follows is a list of publishers accepting previously self-published work (speculative fiction), directly from the author (). This information is correct as of Jan 2014 and subject to change.
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Great info, thanks!
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Writer/Author. Reviewer/Book Blogger. eCover Design. Ghostwriter.
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Introduction
Shah is the author of two published shorts, two published poems, one published novel (the beginning of a series), and works part time as a ghostwriter. 

Her interests lie in all things storytelling, publishing, and current mental health news. Unashamedly, she has bipolar disorder and is not afraid to talk about it.  

When she's not writing or reading, find her with her husband and Bobby, their 50kg German Shepherd.
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  • Shelfield Comp, Walsall College, Woverhampton University
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A Quick Amazing Tour of British Accents
www.quickanddirtytips.com

British dialect coach Andrew Jack takes you on an amazing tour of the different accents you can hear on the British Isles.

On Why I Got My Rights Back
sylmion.blogspot.com

Here I am. A bit settled, and the worst of my emotions (high and low) spent. Addressing some comments I've gotten since the start of all thi

Keyword Research: The Definitive Guide
backlinko.com

Well today, all that changes. Because now you have a comprehensive guide that's going to show you exactly how to find words and phrases that

The Varied Emotional Stages Of Writing A Book
terribleminds.com

I've talked about this before, and I certainly like to joke that my creative process takes a certain path, and that writing a book tends to

a review of The Heart of the Stone
www.goodreads.com

I had the great experience of listening to the Audible version of this very long book, read by the very enthusiastic Melissa Reizian Frank.

How To Write About A Real Location If You Haven’t Been There
www.thecreativepenn.com

Many fiction books jump from location to location, and include evocative detail on these settings. These scene changes help the action move

100 Exquisite Adjectives
www.dailywritingtips.com

Adjectives -- descriptive words that modify nouns -- often come under fire for their cluttering quality, but often it’s quality, not quantit

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Shah Wharton: FINDING ESTA...A Great Book Made Even Greater
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Today I'd like to welcome author Shah Wharton to the Demimonde blog. She's promoting a new edition of her hit release FINDING ESTA. Read on

The 13th Floor: The Complete Collecton
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Six supernatural tenants living in a haunted apartment building on a floor that doesn't exist.

Polar Night
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“While there's a thrilling plot and a great cast of characters, it's the setting and atmosphere that really make this book stand out.” Chris

The Vanished Knight
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A YA fantasy novel by M Gericke, A Vanished Knight brings a fantasy world to life.

CassaStorm (Cassastar #3)
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"[..]a touching and mesmerizing space opera full of action and emotion with strong characters and a cosmic mystery." Edi's Book Lighhouse

Cassafire (Cassastar #2)
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Book two in this best-selling series

CassaStar
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Cavanaugh brings space opera to life in this, his best selling debut, and the beginning of a three part series.

Journal of Decline - A Post Apocalyptic Life
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This is a short story of how a mother and daughter survive the aftermath of nuclear war, in journal format. The mother recounts, in stark de

The Dead Party
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A woman is left alone on an island full of the dead, trying to catch a break. But the dead shuffle fast, and the weirdest things keep happen