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I collaborated this awesome book with Author SK Ballinger. As we started the book, we never expected it to become what it has. We thank our fans for the wonderful support that they have given and love that we can give them what they want.
We are now taking the step to get Unfleshed looked at to be on film. Help us out by rating it for film. https://studios.amazon.com/projects/83128#
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Venture into a new world - a world where goodness prevails within a rare utopia; where evil has been banished for eternity. Anethrem, founded by billionaires of the 21st century, has become the most desirable venue in the universe and an ultimate goal for future generations. Governed by the…Continue
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Writers would have to know things in order to write about them right? Being creative as a writer means to be able to create an original story with what you know.
I posted a short story I wrote a while back but deleted it a few days ago. I was unsure if the idea I had made sense. The idea was that the character wished for wisdom to become a great writer. Looking back, I thought perhaps it should’ve been talent or creativity instead of wisdom. I started overthinking things and became…Continue
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Well, I've just completed two children's books that have been in gestation for some time now. I'm keeping mum about the details, until I find an agent/publisher! All I can say is that the books have very strong cross-cultural interest, and an environmental message. Details will be available some time between now and Christmas!
Added by Suzy Davies on July 28, 2015 at 5:09am — No Comments
It’s only natural that my novel, Curse Me Not, should fall into the genre that I read the most and like the best—paranormal romance. What’s unnatural, however, is the novel doesn’t involve any of the usual suspects found in the genre. Not a one. In fact, to some paranormal romance lovers, I may have…Continue
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I recommend "Story Engineering" by Larry Brooks. I am learning a lot from his chapter, "The Second Core Competency - Character" and have come up with fifty questions from that section that is helping me to develop and make Prince Jasper more dynamic. This book is very astute and gives an in depth approach the main fictional elements of a story. It is worth the time to read. It is also helping me to write my character arc for Prince Jasper and is bringing him closer to my heart. Reading…Continue
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I am a married man for the past 21 years, yet I can’t say I know a lot about women. My wife gets angry with me sometimes, when I know I’m right and she is wrong. But since I don’t want to lean upon my understanding, which may be wrong, I quickly apologize to her to create a happy atmosphere once again.
I work at a place with over forty female teachers. I ‘m always scared to smile, paranoid may be, because I don’t want any of the…Continue
Added by Joel Savage on July 26, 2015 at 1:23am — No Comments
Just as homes have straight forward stories to tell about people’s behavior and the sort of environment they grew up, the same way our personal appearance says much about us. In the first place, why is it necessary to be clean, neat and be modest in clothing? Being naturally clean person and hygienic conscious conclude that you have self-respect.
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One morning, I awoke with a message from my Muse:
You need to write a Celtic series. Go!
Added by David Berger on July 25, 2015 at 9:57pm — No Comments
The best book ideas can be developed by looking at what is currently selling well on Amazon, AND what your heart desires that you write about. Choosing your book idea based completely on one way or the other is certain to make your book a failure. But choosing your book’s subject matter based on a combination of both (marketplace needs and your heart's needs) is certain to make your book a success.
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