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Book Review: Of Shadow & Stone by Michelle Muto

Of Shadow & Stone by Michelle Muto is a very intriguing science fiction fantasy that will leave readers breathless. Michelle Muto knows how to captivate readers and give them  a sense of danger and suspense with every page. 142 more words

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Book Review of A.R. Shaw's Graham's Resolution Series

I haven’t done one of these in a while, particularly due to time constraints, but I couldn’t help showcasing the writing talents of a featured author in… 555 more words

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5 Things They Don't Tell You About Publishing a Book

Day 11. 29 pages, 12,640 words.

Now, I’ve self-published before and have decided that basically it is the way to go for me. I could self-analyse forever about whether I’m good enough to actually land an agent or publisher, but it all boils down to these facts: There’s an awful lot of dross out there that is apparently good enough to land an agent or publisher, which I take as a sign that yes, I would be good enough if I wanted to take the time and effort to woo a couple of dozen of them. 644 more words

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Meet Talli Roland, self-publishing guru and general all-round honey

Once upon a time, four Irish writers who had never met before (and knew each other only through twitter), went on a road trip to the Romantic Novelists Association Conference in the UK. 1,422 more words

Among Friends - Repost

Shortly after Avalon Books published my debut novel, the sale of Avalon to Amazon’s imprints was announced and finalized. This was my short farewell to my editor, Lia Brown. 277 more words

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This Week in Review

A couple of 4-star reviews bumped down my perfect-5 record to a measly 4.7-star book, but that’s fine. Sales seem to be ticking over and the reviews – although I still sort of know the people who made them – were very flattering. 406 more words

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Book Review: More Than This by Jay McLean

Inside Out is the perfect title for the perfect novel. A young teen, Mikayla, has experienced the loss of everyone she loves and knows. There was only person who witnessed it all. 160 more words

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