Monthly Archives: January 2017

10 Questions To Help You Determine The POV(s) For Your Story

Choosing the main Point Of View(s) for your story is either the simplest or the hardest thing you’ll ever come across while writing your book. Determining the voice which narrates or unfolds your story is a tricky thing because if you select the wrong one your story is doomed. Sometimes (a few precious instances), you […]

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Mystery Thriller Week (MTW) 2017

In late 2016 I was lucky enough to be contacted by Vicky Goodwin, one of the organizers of Mystery Thriller Week, the biggest event of the Genre, to check out this awesome event. When I did, I was sold and the very next day I signed up there as an Author. There are so many […]

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Book Review: Sister Sister by Sue Fortin

Author: Sue Fortin Release Date: 6th January 2017 Series: – Genre: Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Mystery Edition: Ebook Pages: 364 Publisher: Harper Impulse Rating: ★★★★ Blurb:   From the bestselling author of The Girl Who Lied Alice: Beautiful, kind, manipulative, liar. Clare: Intelligent, loyal, paranoid, jealous. Clare thinks Alice is a manipulative liar who is trying to steal her life. Alice […]

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2017 Resolutions

This is the third year I’m doing a ‘Resolutions’ post, so I feel like it’s kind of becoming a ritual now. And I like it as it helps to be more productive. Every year I complete a few resolutions and forget some, but this year I’ve decided to go through the list of my previous […]

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Book Review: Class of ’59 by John A. Heldt

Author: John A. Heldt  Release Date: 1st September 2016 Series: American Journey (Book #4) Genre: Historical Fiction, Science-Fiction-Time Travel Edition: Ebook Pages: 293 Publisher: Self-published Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: When Mary Beth McIntire settles into a vacation house on June 2, 2017, she anticipates a quiet morning with coffee. Then she hears a noise, peers out a window, and spots a man in […]

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