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R.L. Herron
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Award-Winning Michigan Author
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Readers' Favorite review of my novel BLOOD LAKE
#Book Review of #BloodLake from #ReadersFavorite - https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/blood-lake

Reviewed by Carla Trueheart for Readers' Favorite

Blood Lake by author R.L. Herron begins with an action-packed narration of a tragic event in Native American history. This event carries down through history as a curse on a family, and the protagonist, John, knows nothing about the curse until his adult years. When John is invited to a lake for what he believes is a family gathering and fishing trip, he learns the truth about the curse on his family. While he thinks all of it is a joke at first, he quickly believes the story when another tragedy strikes his extended family during the trip. From there, the action picks up again as John faces untrustworthy family members, ghosts from the past, and a Native American curse that he cannot escape.



From the opening pages of Blood Lake until the end of the novel, it is obvious that author R.L. Herron has a connection with Native American...

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I spent the day Saturday at the Eighth Annual Rochester Writers’ Conference at Oakland University. It’s one of the best one-day conferences going, and a tribute to its organizer, Michael Dwyer. I find Michael’s conference a veritible treasure chest, and…

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Exciting the Crowd is Important Every indie writer must also think about marketing. It’s a given, I’m sad to say, when talking about independent publishing. Even if you don’t like to do it. Marketing is crucial to your success. But every indie soon learns…

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Witchy Watercolor It’s Halloween, and I’ve been having a ball watching all the little goblins, demons, caped crusaders and princesses come to the door. The event hasn’t changed a whole lot since I was a kid, and that’s just fine with me. Some things are…

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The holiday season is here again, and it’s a very family time of year. I’m extremely grateful to have good people with whom to share it. I hope you, Gentle Reader, are just as fortunate. ****** Orion Township Public Library I’ve been invited to…

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The Source of My Ideas Funny thing about book signings. As active and engaging as I try to be, there is often a lot of time for reflection. Like when you’re just sitting around waiting for someone to show up. Like today. It’s never wasted time, however,…

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The Source of My Ideas Funny thing about book signings. As active and engaging as I try to be, there is often a lot of time for reflection. Like when you’re just sitting around waiting for someone to show up. Like today. It’s never wasted time, however,…

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If Only My Fingers Would Move That Fast. Writers tend to stick together. I think it’s got something to do with the craft we’ve chosen to pursue. For the most part, it tends to be a rather solitary business, and to a lot of people it looks easy. “After…

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Knowing Which Way To Go Is Not Always Easy. ****** I’ve included (one more time) my recent podcast where I answered reader questions about indie writing (duration approx 15 minutes): However, instead of following it with my usual rant about indie…

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Surveys Can Point Out Better Ways to Go. Taking a page out of business school (please, bear with me, I like to think the effort to get that MBA years ago was good for something), in my post last week, in addition to a “teaser” from my next book, I…
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