Authors, Writers, Publishers, and Book Readers
I always write my Characters first. I give my Character a place to live, an Identity. I usually make up to five to six Characters. I then give them a place where the story will take place. When I write, I always base my books on real life events, followed by pure fiction. Once I have my Characters, I place them into a Story. I has always worked well for me. I find the theme of the story from the Characters I already created. It may seem backwards, but it does work. They it, see if…Continue
Added by Jeremy Stone on May 27, 2016 at 3:44pm — No Comments
Truthfully, I never expected It to happen. My publisher focuses on e-book sales, but apparently the world turned on its ear sometime during the latter part of 2015. National print book sales took a huge upswing,…Continue
Added by Elizabeth Fisher on May 25, 2016 at 9:06pm — No Comments
Added by Tory Allyn on May 21, 2016 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Today I'd like to discuss enunciation. Years ago, I was asked to speak at a Lion's Club meeting. I don't remember the topic, maybe my trip to Mexico in 1988. Anyway, I sat in front of the crowd and started mumbling. Somebody told me to stand up and speak up. So I did.
Since then, I've been speaking in public for various reasons. Either to attract people to the martial arts club or discussing my books. Each time is a learning experience and a chance for me to work on my…Continue
Added by Stephen Lawrence Brayton on May 20, 2016 at 2:30am — No Comments
I am pleased to announce that five of my novels, which received 5* reviews, will be re-published by Books We Love. The Captain and The Countess set in the reign of Charles II's niece, Queen Anne Stuart - 1702-1714, which received 5* reviews, has already been published. The Amazon link is: B0FCENLKE.
Two other novels, Tangled Love and Far Beyond Rubies set in the same era will also be published and so will False Pretences, Sunday's Child and my previously unpublished novel,…Continue
Added by Rosemary Morris on May 11, 2016 at 9:49am — No Comments