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Book of the Week: The Roanoke Girls

As you may have noticed, I read a lot of books on my holiday.  But actually this week’s BotW was an easy choice because Him Indoors read The Roanoke Girls after me and really enjoyed it too – and he doesn’t read anywhere near as many books as me and our tastes don’t always coincide. 297 more words

Book Of The Week

Control All of Your Phone Apps and Features With the Push of a Button

* One button: 3 commands
* Easy 3-step setup
* Available in 5 different colors

Here is an interesting concept: what if you didn’t have to get your phone out for every little task you wanted to perform? 300 more words

Computers, Tablets & Phones

Novel endings

Conclusions matter. Writers spend time and effort getting them right. Readers make judgements based on how satisfactorily conclusions answer questions posed in openings. Ernest Hemingway wrote dozens of endings to… 1,890 more words


Journey to Love: Mid-Way

For the past nine months, I have been working on writing the book, Journey to Love.
It’s about a young couple (Kirk and Julie) who find out what true love looks like. 297 more words


How I Decided to Write Non-Fiction

Last week I went to see a doctor for a minor surgery. He made the usual small talk that doctors make when they see their patients; he asked me what I do for a living, and after I told him I’m a writer he asked if I write books. 916 more words


The Challenge...

A scene from a project I’m working on taking place in a steampunk setting. Working title: “Running”

“You frighten her, captain.”

His hands shoved in his pockets, Rufus headed back along the street with an unhurried gait. 516 more words


Write Stuff Author Spotlight -- His Last Resort by M. A. Malcolm

Write Now Literary is pleased to announce His Last Resort, a Contemporary Christian Romance by author M.A. Malcolm, March 27-April 7, 2017.


ISBN-10: 9769581550… 795 more words