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Editing Tip #49


First Impressions, Pt.4 ~

Your first chapter has to be your “Wow” chapter. It’s the one that pulls readers, agents, and small publishers into your story. 441 more words


Review: Amity by Michael Ostow

Did you grow up scared sleepless after watching Amityville Horror? Did you watch it more than once just because you were fascinated yet slightly traumatized by it? 165 more words


How to Fall by Jane Casey

Jane Casey’s How to Fall is a great story all around – I loved the characters, the setting, and the eerie mystery surrounding Freya’s death. Jess makes an intriguing protagonist and amateur detective which made the story even more likable. 68 more words



Here’s a review by Maryann Miller of mystery novel “Propinquity” by John Macgregor.

“I enjoyed the book, as it is a good adventure written with considerable wry humor and bits of philosophy.” 66 more words


Out Of Bounds: a first novel packed with potential

Out Of Bounds is an interesting interpretation of a crime-thriller standard from a new author. Take an ordinary joe, muddle him up in something seriously grim, set the dogs on him… 592 more words


Someone To Watch Over Me by Madeleine Reiss

blurb from goodreads.com, please scroll down for my review.

A haunting and compelling debut novel that will appeal to readers who loved Sister by Rosamund Lupton and Before I Go to Sleep by SJ Watson. 493 more words


Lean Mean Thirteen by Janet Evanovich

Published in: 2007
Pages: 310
Edition read: E-Book
Book #: Book 13 in the Stephanie Plum series

Book description:
MISTAKE #1 Dickie Orr. Stephanie was married to him for about fifteen minutes before she caught him cheating on her with her arch-nemesis Joyce Barnhardt. 442 more words