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Lisa Rector
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I am a mom, gardener, wife, introvert, writer, and Mormon. In no particular order.
I am a mom, gardener, wife, introvert, writer, and Mormon. In no particular order.

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Welcome to Our Page!
Welcome to Our Page!
Welcome to Our Page!
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Welcome to Our Page!
Perpetual Indie Perspective is for authors and readers! What will you find in the tabs above? Author Lisa Rector writes novels in  several genres.  Be sure to explore her worlds. Emrys Pumpkin Press is proud to offer tracker journals for bullet-journal enth...
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How many editing passes will my novel need?
 Consider an editor’s accuracy rate. Most edited documents will have a 90% accuracy
rate, meaning that for every 100 errors found, 10 of them have slipped through,
uncaught. Take into consideration a 50,000-word novel. If an editor finds 5,000
errors on the...
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Welcome to Our Page!
Perpetual Indie Perspective is for authors and readers! What will you find in the tabs above? Author Lisa Rector writes novels in  several genres.  Be sure to explore her worlds. Emrys Pumpkin Press is proud to offer tracker journals for bullet-journal enth...
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Make the Protagonist Choose the Ultimate Sacrifice
I don’t know about you, but when the protagonist makes the ultimate sacrifice, that grabs me as a reader. That cements me to the character and into the story. As the character wrestles with making the choice, depth is added to the story and the character. A...
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Exceptional Series Reviews: The Orphan Ship Trilogy
This is the third post in my exceptional series reviews. And the awesome part about this review? My cousin wrote this series! I even beta read the last novel. Let me tell you, I loved all of it. Mostly the characters. Since it's been a while since I've read...
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Exceptional Series Reviews: Descended
I debated sharing this series review, but since it took me most of March to read, I wanted readers to know what I thought, despite my mixed feelings. Let me know what you think if you've read the novels. Book one, Jett. What would you do if you were a young...
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New Release! My Vampire
Can I just tell you how excited I am about my new release? Vampires and demons, oh my! Take a look at the blurb below. Vampires, creatures of darkness. Their favorite treats… storm sprites. The blood of a storm sprite makes an intoxicating elixir for most s...
New Release! My Vampire
New Release! My Vampire
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Eliminating Distance by Cutting Out the Filters
I recently read about eliminating distance in
writing by cutting out filter words and was able to create an analogy to answer
a spiritual question. Try to follow me. Filter words create distance between the reader and
the story and pull the reader out of a ...
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Succoring Us in Our Afflictions
By Lisa Rector Part of Christ succoring us is not only giving us strength or patience to endure out infirmities, but also allowing a moment when the Spirit confirms a comforting truth that heals us emotionally and spiritually. “This is the power the Savior ...
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Succoring Us in Our Afflictions
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