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Three short stories inspired by Dante’s Inferno, linked by a book of human skin passed down through generations. On the edge of horror, thriller and the occult.
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10 (Practically) Cringe-less Self-Promotion Ideas for Authors – via Publisher’s Weekly – “When played right, self-promotion can have a resounding ROI—Return on Investment—especially when guided by a few rules.” 183 more words
Now that I’ve made it clear to my few but wonderful readers why I don’t want an email list of my own (except for the one that sends out emails to subscribers when I’ve published a new blog post), I want to make one thing clear: 2,182 more words
Sebastian Faulks made his name as a writer with his brilliant France trilogy. Birdsong is the one that gets all the plaudits but I have to admit I enjoyed The Girl at the Lion D’Or more – I really felt for Anne as she struggled to make a living and deal with her emotions during her affair with Charles Hartmann. 120 more words