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Mental Illness in Writing by MTW Author PD Workman

Characters with Mental Illness

I write a lot about tough stuff. Even in my lighter work, I frequently have characters who are dealing with mental illness, addictions, or other physical maladies.

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**Blog Tour**Porcelain: Flesh Of Innocents by Lee Cockburn #GuestPost @lee_leecockburn @gilbster1000

Today I’m on the blog tour for Porcelain: Flesh Of Innocents by Lee Cockburn. Vivid, dark and deeply unsettling Porcelain: Flesh of Innocents is the perfect next read for crime and police thriller fans. 750 more words

Book Blog

Spinning in Circles & Getting Your Bearings

It’s always a pleasure to “bump” into other expats who get what you are writing about and today’s guest post comes from one such person. Janese Carstons is a transition coach whose speciality is helping expats in their first year. 1,048 more words


Historical Division: 1876-Not Just a Year by Khristina Atkinson

When starting to write my historical romance, Hopelessly, Completely, MADLY in Love, I choose the year 1876 for a simple enough reason.  It’s the hundred-year anniversary of the independence of America.  914 more words

Contributor Article

Missing the Crown Jewels by Valerie Clarizio #ChandlerCounty #Romance #mgtab @VClarizio

Cover Reveal for Missing The Crown Jewels by Valerie Clarizio

February 20, 2017

Traci Wooden-Carlisle


Missing The Crown Jewels

(A Chandler County Novel)

by Valerie Clarizio… 354 more words


Guest Post by Liz: "Fighting Yourself"

Hey wonderful people!          

I have a special surprise for you today! One of my close friends, Liz, has agreed to do a guest post on my blog! 704 more words

Sarah E. Stevens - Guest Post - Gaming Geek

I don’t just write fantasy and science fiction. I’m also a geek in about every sense of the word—well, except the historical, literal meaning of “geek,” because I’ve never bitten off the head of a chicken while performing in a carnival. 485 more words