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Introducing Anya from Elderhaus by Anne Carmichael

Anne Carmichael is also the author of the Magoo series, Darby at the Derby, and Polar Opposites. She’s also one of our wonderful authors in this year’s… 1,566 more words


The Story of Entrepreneur & Author Gavin Mills

Welcome to another edition of…

The Story of the Writer Series

with Author Gavin Mills

Gavin Mills is the author of Dup Departs: A Time to Go… 1,544 more words


Series I started that I would LOVE to finish (part 3)

You know how it is.  Years ago you read a book you REALLY liked, then the sequel, which you also really liked.  Then… years pass and you realize that this author has written another  579 more words


The Second Thursday of Every Month

Be sure to tune into your favorite Ape the second Thursday of every month starting next month for my articles. Coming Up: “Enjoy the Journey”, Thursday, February 9, 2017 @ 01:100a London, UK Time. 127 more words


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A great example of self promotion via blogging and other bloggers :D

Discussing Plays, Novels, and Reading With Elena Hartwell

Welcome to another edition of Forensic Lenses

An investigative and exploratory approach into the minds of voracious readers everywhere.

Please welcome novelist, playwright and teacher Elena Hartwell! 1,370 more words


Guest Post: Writing a Mystery/Thriller by Ann W. J. White, M.Ed.

Mystery literature is undergoing a resurgence with the American public. We find ourselves in need of a good story where the protagonist undergoes a journey, perhaps of faith, family, or reaction to something that cuts us to the quick. 1,737 more words


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new-date-mystery-thriller-week-banner-1I am participating in the Mystery Thriller Week event and thought you'd enjoy reading this guest post by Ann W. J. White.

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: The danger of a single story

I’m a storyteller. And I would like to tell you a few personal stories about what I like to call “the danger of the single story.” … 2,856 more words