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Five Reasons I Stop Reading Your Blog Post

I read a lot of blog posts over the course of a week. A lot. And most of them don’t come from my WordPress Reader, where the blogs I’ve subscribed to are listed. I find most of them on Twitter blog share days, where bloggers can share their interesting content with specified hashtags, expanding potential…

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Flash Fiction: Fireflies

GASP! That’s me coming up for air after countless days of non-stop editing. Project Liberatio went to beta readers last night, so I find myself in the strange position of creating words instead of picking at them and molding them into something presentable. It feels kinda weird. Anyway, I figured my return jaunt into creating…

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Be A Beta Reader For Project Liberatio!

It’s true! By Monday (that’s 3 days from now), my upcoming novel, Project Liberatio, will be ready for beta readers. And for the first time, I’m expanding the pool of betas to include blog readers (that’s you!). But what does a beta reader do? Rather than explain it in my own words, I hopped over to…

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Ebooks vs. Real Books: Who’s The Winner?

There’s something going around on Facebook. Don’t worry, it’s not a virus. At least I don’t think it is. Though there’s a high likelihood you’ll come down with a severe case of forehead smacking, given this election cycle. What I’m referring to is summed up pretty well in this picture. These kinds of memes always…

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Love Reading Thrillers? This Contest Is For You!

If you’re a fan of thriller/suspense stories, and you’re running low on reading material and/or you just want more books to hoard, this contest is for you! Paula Wynne, author of the exciting historical mystery thriller The Grotto’s Secret, has organized a contest that includes ten thriller and suspense titles, including my very own The Fourth…

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What Feedback Should You Apply To Your Story?

I started following this hilarious account on Twitter called Guy In Your MFA. He represents that potentially fictional, douchey guy who is obviously brilliant in his writing, wants to tell you how yours is all wrong, and will not accept that his work needs any changes whatsoever. Of course he’s a parody, but parodies are…