Full Moon Howl: A Montague and Strong Detective Novel (Montague & Strong Case Files, Volume 2), Orlando A. Sanchez – Review

This second case of the Montague and Strong Detective Agency finds infected werewolves roaming New York City and attacking innocents.…

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The Writing Process: Getting Published

It’s finished!! Well, kind of. Now you need to get your precious manuscript out to the masses. Whether you choose…

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The Dark Messiah (The Second Dark Ages Book 1), Michael Anderle – Review

Michael returns to a post-apocalyptic Earth after 150 years in the Etheric, recovering from being hit by a nuclear blast.…

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The Writing Process: The Author Team

You have writing skills, but do you have all those needed to publish your book? If not, others do! Below…

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Hare and Hedgehog now on Instafreebie

I now have a second short, retold folk tale on Instafreebie: Hare and Hedgehog. Hedgehog just wants to check on his…

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Frank Kurns Stories of the UnknownWorld, Michael Anderle and Natalie Grey – Review

This collection includes You Don’t Touch John’s Cousin (Frank Kurns Stories of the UnknownWorld 01; The Kurtherian Gambit Book 7.5)…

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The Writing Process: Getting Started, Part 2

Now you’ve started writing, it’s time to polish your work. Below are some resources to improve your writing, right from…

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Spot and Smudge series, Robert Udulutch – Review

This trilogy includes Spot and Smudge, The Glasgow Gray and Let Slip the Pups of War. As with most multi-book…

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Genre Writing: Non-Fiction

Many authors, myself included, find writing non-fiction easier than fiction. The subjects and opportunities for writing in this genre are…

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