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Review - Take Me Tomorrow (Non-Spoiler)

So I got sent this for review a couple of weeks back. First, I must say thank you to Shannon Thompson for sending me a copy, but also for allowing me to read this surprisingly great book. 609 more words

YA

5 Star Review & Giveaway for Jubilee's Journey by Bette Lee Crosby

Jubilee’s Journey by Bette Lee Crosby is an amazing story with characters that come to life on the pages.

Bette Lee writes stories that ooze southern charm. 64 more words

Giveaway

3 Character Development Musts

Characters are one of the most vital aspects of the story. If they aren’t fully and properly developed, the results are a flat, 2D story that no one is going to look at as lifelike. 626 more words

BookTalk - Landline (Spoilers)

Now I’ve officially read every published Rainbow Rowell book. I’ve more or less loved all of them: Some more than others of course. And I’ve loved them all for different reasons – even though the brilliant humor is a common factor. 862 more words

Contemporary Romance

Writing Wednesday - Getting in Their Heads

Last WW: Feel Free to Be Free

There are a lot of different point of views that one can take when writing a story.  First Person, the less popular Second Person, and all the types of Third Person: Omniscient, Limited, and Multiple. 382 more words

Writing

Attack of the Characters That Seem Real!

The best characters seem real.
The above, my friend, is the truth. Whether it’s the funny best friend or the annoying sibling, to make a character good, they must seem real. 321 more words