Ciao, amici! I’m so happy to host today’s guest. He’s funny; I’m not. (Well, I think I am, but my kids would argue otherwise.) He’s retired; I would love to be. He’s a gentleman and a scholar; I… used to teach, does that count? But we have a lot of things in common, too. We… Continue reading #REBLOG — THE LAST DRIVE by John W. Howell #newrelease #supernatural #fiction
Hello friends! The end of 2022 proved to be much busier than I anticipated. I didn't get to cross all my T's and dot all my I's. But that's OK. My full-time job took up a large portion of my time and mental capacity. Between taking on more responsibilities and a building move, there was… Continue reading End-of-Year Report
#Reblog WHAT EVERY WRITER SHOULD KNOW
For my fellow writers, here’s an amazing list of things you should know.
Hi SEers! Denise here to talk about things every writer should know.
After the story is written and you are ready to present it to the world, what’s next?
I admit to blindly jumping into self-publishing. I did not know how to publish, find an editor or other writers, or what social media was—I knew nothing! That was probably a good thing, or I might still be researching how to become a self-published author. I learned many lessons from a wonderful writing community, though.
Some truths apply to our profession, whether you are a new or a seasoned writer.
Twelve Things Every Writer Should Know:
- What you put out there needs to be your very best. Make sure it’s edited and formatted, with an intriguing blurb and cover if you will self-publish. If you plan to find a publisher or agent, this idea also applies to your communication with…
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#Reblog Smorgasbord Christmas Book Fair 2022 – New Book on the Shelves – #Poetry – Sorrowful Soul (Book 3 in the Soul Poetry series) by Harmony Kent
Another great friend & writer is on blog tour! Let’s celebrate!!
Delighted to share the news of Harmony Kent’s latest release… Sorrowful Soul (Book 3 in the Soul Poetry series) On Pre-Order for December 3rd
About the collection
If we’re lucky, we meet twilight at the front door and old age creeps in on the night breeze.
Even if we make it to our twilight years, the more we age, the more loss we must endure as part of the cycle of life. Many of these poems lament death, but they also relate to broken relationships, severed friendships, and the loss of youth. This book of grief poetry is as much about saying goodbye and working through loss as it is about death and love split asunder.
This heartfelt collection provides company and compassion through the devastating journey of loss and shows us we do not travel this lonely road alone. Within these pages we share shock, numbness and denial, catapult…
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Saddled Hearts Blog Tour, @jansikes3 – #newrelease #romance #suspense
Hello friends! I am thrilled to welcome author friend, Jan Sikes, to my site today. We're celebrating her new release and taking part in an awesome blog tour. Before I turn the post over to Jan, let me say this... If you haven't read any of her books, do yourself a favor and make it… Continue reading Saddled Hearts Blog Tour, @jansikes3 – #newrelease #romance #suspense