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May 2016 Blog Posts (5)

Idea's for writing a story

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…


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Added by Jeremy Stone on May 27, 2016 at 3:44pm — No Comments

Going Paper-more As Opposed To Paper-less!

I received super exciting news at the first of the year. The boutique publisher of my novel, Curse Me Not, has taken my e-book to print!


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…


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Added by Elizabeth Fisher on May 25, 2016 at 9:06pm — No Comments

Alter Ego (The Davenport Decrees Book 1) by Tory Allyn


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Added by Tory Allyn on May 21, 2016 at 12:00pm — No Comments


-enunciation-53098 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…


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Added by Stephen Lawrence Brayton on May 20, 2016 at 2:30am — No Comments

Rosemary Morris Multi-Published Historical Novelist.

 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,…


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Added by Rosemary Morris on May 11, 2016 at 9:49am — No Comments

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