Writing Tips: Adding Conflict

In my previous post, Writing Tips: Write Better Villains, I gave some links to help authors improve their person-to-person conflicts.…

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Daemons of London Books 1-2, Michaela Haze – Review

This series so far consists of The Bleeders and The Human Herders. (A third volume should be released this summer.)…

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Writing Tips: Write Better Villains

All good stories have conflict. One form of conflict is person-to-person, where the protagonist of the story suffers from and…

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Space Carrier Avalon (Castle Federation Book 1), Glynn Stewart – Review

Space Carrier Avalon is old and ready for decommissioning. The Federation Space Navy sends her out on one last tour.…

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Writing Tips: Show, Don’t Tell

In many books, authors tell the readers how the characters feel (bored, scared, worried, etc.) such as, “she heard a…

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Risk be Damned: A Kurtherian Gambit Series (Trials and Tribulations Book 1), Natalie Grey, Michael Anderle – Review

This is the first book in yet another series set in the Kurtherian Gambit universe. It takes place between books…

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Writing Tips: Dialog

This is the first post in a new series of Writing Tips. Each post will give authors resources to improve…

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Alpha Class: A Kurtherian Gambit Series (The Etheric Academy Book 2), TS Paul, Michael Anderle: Review

This book follows Alpha Class on their second round of studies, this time with Chief Engineer Joe Deteusch. While Deteusch…

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Mesh Hexagon Snood: A Crochet Pattern from Serinde Designs: Book Release

My first needlework pattern is now available for purchase! Mesh Hexagon Snood is an easy crochet pattern for a snood, an…

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Noteworthy Resources for Fantasy Authors: Book Release

For those who enjoyed my posts giving resources for fantasy authors, I have compiled all the information – plus more…

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