Have you been meaning to read a few classics but haven't found the time or the motivation? Are some of those thick and heavy monster classic books scary to you? If so, you'll like this post...
About 5 years ago I decided that I wanted to read as many books of classic literature as I could. I…Continue
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For mystery and murder read this: www.melange-books.com/authors/joannemyers/MMF.html
If its true crime you’re into:…Continue
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The more time I spend reading, writing, volunteering at the library, and exploring what I want to do with my life, the more I’ve learned that what I read and who I read about has influenced who I am and who I want to be. While I love Dickens, Steinbeck, Fitzgerald, and Shakespeare, my…Continue
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One of the hardest parts of "finding" your audience is actually connecting with it. You might know who it is, but you also might not be able to find a way to make them find you.
Advertising is one way, but that can be expensive.
It is interesting how many freebie book sites are online right now, and even a few review sites where you can submit your book to be reviewed - by an average reader. As frustrating if not terrifying as this can be, it is actually a good exercise.…Continue
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Posted Thought for the Day, a quote from the Prologue of 'La rosa profunda' by Jorge Luis Borges:
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For the romantic in you, try this contemporary romance:
If its an Egyptian mythology thriller you want, this is it:…Continue
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A childrens e-book about a Jack Russell who discovers that his fear of change holds many suprises for him – a fun story for kids to learn about how life changes can become a happy experience. Since Boulette is an American dog who ‘became’ French, the…Continue
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If Steampunk is your thing, read this:…Continue
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Posted Monday Muse collection of quotes on poetry from Mary Szybist, Mary Oliver, Linda Gregerson, Jane Hirshfield, Andrew O'Hagan, Carl Phillips, Dawn Potter, and Paul Muldoon:
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Posted Monday Muse review of Dawn Potter's 'A Poet's Sourcebook':
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We are ladies who write. And it would be logical to suppose we read a lot too. Reading a book, we do not usually think about a personality of its author, about his/her motivation to write that book, about his/her habits that helped them finish that writing masterpiece...
After finishing the book, we start analyzing it. And what a big surprize it can become for us when we learn more facts about its writer and realize it was his/her... weird or even awkward habit that helped them…
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No matter what stage you are in your writing career, there are always things to learn. Here are a list of books to guide you in your writing education.
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Hello fellow members, if anyone is getting together a blog hop for authors I would like to be included. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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dal libro “Just a Theory”
di Annie Wood
“Hai mai avuto un déjà vu? "
«Me l'hai appena chiesto."
“E’ un po' come una commedia metafisica." Il professore ride.
Martin non riesce a trovare l’ironia in questo momento, e lancia uno sguardo severo al professore.…
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Imagine the thrill of that first published book: your name on the cover, your words filling each page. Who needs a major publisher to promote and distribute when you are brimming with enthusiasm and have put aside a small sum for travel expenses? My novel, The Bone Weaver, semi-self-published by a small indie press, was going to sell; I would make that happen. And there would be bookstore readings and signings, flashbulbs (we're talking 2001, so no cell phone shots) and fans lining…Continue