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How to Write a Realistic Mystery Novel

Mystery stories must be realistic because in real life we are bombarded with mysteries everyday—in the media, among our friends and acquaintances, among family members and in our own lives. 263 more words

Mystery Novels

A Most Inconvenient Marriage by Regina Jennings

“Sometimes the best gifts aren’t convenient at the time.”

A Most Inconvenient Marriage by Regina Jennings
Published December 2, 2014 by Bethany House Publishers
Historical Fiction/Christian Fiction/Romance…

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8 Ways to Make Your Characters More Relatable :: LitReactor

I hate math; therefore, I hate formulas.  Formulaic songs, formulaic stories, formulaic characters:  hate, hate, hate.

But I love this article from LitReactor on creating realistic characters.   300 more words

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BookTalk - Lola and the Boy Next Door (Spoilers)

So I finally read Lola and the Boy Next Door. I know I say this a lot, but I can’t believe I waited this long, specially when I loved its prequel – … 584 more words


Review - Take Me Tomorrow (Non-Spoiler)

So I got sent this for review a couple of weeks back. First, I must say thank you to Shannon Thompson for sending me a copy, but also for allowing me to read this surprisingly great book. 609 more words


[Review] Red Rising by Pierce Brown

3 stars
ARC received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

I must make a confession.

I read this book because of the promotion and hype associated with it on Twitter and Goodreads. 873 more words

Book Review

3 Character Development Musts

Characters are one of the most vital aspects of the story. If they aren’t fully and properly developed, the results are a flat, 2D story that no one is going to look at as lifelike. 626 more words