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H_NGM_N By JC Gatlin

  H_NGM_N By JC Gatlin Genre: Mystery-Suspense   About the Book   When newscaster Tori Younger learns that her childhood friend committed suicide, she has no interest in returning to her Florida home town to attend the services. Then cryptic text messages from the… Continue Reading “H_NGM_N By JC Gatlin”

Fables that give children guidelines for life by Christy Astremsky

  Fables that give children guidelines for life by Christy Astremsky   I used to write when I was young. I wrote poems and essays, writing made me happy. And then I grew up and stopped writing. I got a degree in finance and… Continue Reading “Fables that give children guidelines for life by Christy Astremsky”

Reaching Readers by Offering Options by Julia L F Goldstein

Reaching Readers by Offering Options by Julia L F Goldstein You may have heard that eBook sales are declining as a fraction of total book sales and that independent (indie) bookstores are making a comeback. An article in The Observer describes this trend. I… Continue Reading “Reaching Readers by Offering Options by Julia L F Goldstein”

Why Write? by Rob Shackleford by Rob Shackleford

  Why Write? Rob Shackleford Author of ‘Traveller Inceptio’   My Writing Background I have been writing for quite a few years. While I was heavily engaged in academic and business writing, to be a more literary writer was never a fondly nurtured dream.… Continue Reading “Why Write? by Rob Shackleford by Rob Shackleford”

Limiting beliefs and how to squash them by Damien Larkin

Limiting beliefs and how to squash them by Damien Larkin “You’ll never be a writer. You’ll be terrible. Why waste your time?” As my fingers hovered over the keyboard, that niggling voice in the back of my head was going into overdrive. You know… Continue Reading “Limiting beliefs and how to squash them by Damien Larkin”

Author’s commentary Greg Scherzinger

Author’s commentary Greg Scherzinger The notion of spirit animals is one that crosses many cultures. They are an integral part of our world and affect us in many ways. Many times as I was writing, my dog, Paco, would put his paw up on the… Continue Reading “Author’s commentary Greg Scherzinger”

For All The Women I Admire by Jackie Hanson

For All The Women I Admire by Jackie Hanson   I can’t imagine existing in a world where I can’t write. This essential life skill has pulled me out of some of the darkest corners of my life. Given me hope when I thought… Continue Reading “For All The Women I Admire by Jackie Hanson”

Money is the Root of All Evil by Keith Julius

Money is the Root of All Evil by Keith Julius   We’re all aware of the phrase “Money is the root of all evil.”  It’s been around for ages, having originated in 1 Timothy of The Bible, but many people misquote it.  The actual… Continue Reading “Money is the Root of All Evil by Keith Julius”

Creativity Birthed Through Pain by Emmanuella Hristova

Creativity Birthed Through Pain by Emmanuella Hristova   June 23rd In the depth of winter, the flowers do not bloom, no fruits appear, the leaves fall off, and the tree looks dead, but deep in the darkness underneath, the roots grow and grow and grow.