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Tags: fiction

Are You Ready to Sin?

Sins of the Flesh will be back from the first round of editing this weekend.  Don’t miss out – there’s no pre-order for the book, so make sure you’re signed up for New Release e-mails to know when the book goes live. No spam, no newsletter, just one e-mail with retailer links every time there’s a […]

Money Makes the World Go Round

Just yesterday I was pondering a blog post over at Musings of Mistress of the Dark Path on how certain marketing firms catapult authors to the top of bestseller lists.  All it takes is money. The Wall Street Journal, NYT, and other well known bestseller lists are compiled using data on sales from specific bookselling […]

Looking Through Lace

Looking Through Lace – Ruth Nestvold Toni Donato is a xenolinguist, normally working behind the scenes, cataloging inflection, grammar, and structure of alien languages in massive databases, but she’s finally gotten her big break to do field research.  On the planet, Christmas, the women appear to have a distinct, secret language from the men, and […]

Twinkies and Twilight

My critique group and I a few weeks back were discussing technology and references that date novels, such as public pay phones versus common cell phone usage, or gas station attendants who pump customers’ gas.  Should a writer leave the novel alone, as a snapshot in time, or should they issue a revised edition that […]

Pointe of No Return

Pointe of No Return ( A Dani Spevak Mystery) – by Amanda Brice When this book came up as the November selection for the Washington Loves Romance bookclub, I hesitated.  I seldom read young adult books, and this book borders on mid grade (young teen and pre-teen).  I wasn’t sure how I’d like reading a […]

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