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Writing and Political Correctness

Wow! Just read this excellent, smart article about writing and being politically correct, and how to describe our books to others:

Writing in a Trigger-Happy World

How Writers Write

“What’s in it for Me? A Personal Journey of Recovery … and Hope” By John L.

This deeply personal chronicle of one man’s navigation of the troubled waters of his battle with addiction gives a remarkable insight into the tangled path to recovery. 423 more words

Book Review

Today's Book Blurb: Tagline win

You know it’s fate.


“The only thing they have in common? Really…sharp…teeth.”

– Blood Mate (Project Rebellion #2) by Mina Carter 


A plug for The Green Woman

It’s promotion weekend, so I’ll get the Green Woman news out of my system in one fell swoop.

Although I love the covers Kate Wrath made for me and they’d appeal to me as a member of the book-buying public, they are maybe sending out the wrong sort of messages. 406 more words

Today's Book Blurb: Life is hard

Oh the puns. The puns. They’re daring me to pick this book up off the shelf.

Must. Resist.

“Suddenly desperate, the inexperienced ex-rich girl was forced to take the only job she could get: as a tour guide in a cemetery.

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Today's Book Blurb: Kinda want to read this

This is one of the those where no book will ever compare to what you make up in your head.

“In a world nearly identical to ours, the North won the Civil War, Ben Affleck is the sexiest man alive, and Russia never sold Alaska to the U.S.

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Today's Book Blurb: The name should have tipped you off.

“Broken Heart is the city with the highest rate of divorce and highest percentage of single parents in Oklahoma. And I, Jessica Matthews, have been a member of that club ever since my husband dumped me for his twentysomething secretary and then had the gall to die in a car accident.

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