Synopsis: For some folks in small-town Georgia, Hart's Hollow farm has seen better days. But for the Hart family matriarch, it's a home worth fighting for . . . From the moment Kristen Daniels arrives at Hart's Hollow, the place speaks to her soul. So when seventy-three-year-old Emmy Hart asks Kristen to help return the... Continue Reading →
Review: Who I Am with You
Synopsis: For these two broken hearts, the first step toward love will be a huge leap of faith. Jessica Mason isn’t looking for love when she meets Ridley Chesterfield. Instead she is still reeling from the tragic, unexpected loss of her husband and daughter—and awaiting the arrival of her unborn child.... Continue Reading →
Review: The Hidden Light of Northern Fires
Synopsis: A novel rooted in the remarkable, but little-known, true history of the only secessionist town north of the Mason Dixon Line. When escaped slave, Joe Bell, collapses in her father’s barn, Mary Willis must ward off Confederate guerillas and spies, Joe’s vengeful owner, and even her own brother... Continue Reading →
Review: Is Your Dream Really Worth It?
Synopsis: THIS IS NOT JUST ANOTHER SELF- HELP BOOK! This is an experience, and one that will compel you to finally take action in your life. Let's face it, it's not enough to read about personal development hacks, or how to achieve your dreams. You have to take the first step,... Continue Reading →
Review: 101 ?s You Need to Ask in Your Twenties by Paul Angone
Synopsis: Adulting got you down? Whether you just polished off your college graduation cake, are in your twenties or thirties struggling through a quarter-life crisis, you're simply trying to figure out how to become all grown up, or you're a parent looking for that perfect college graduation gift or Christmas... Continue Reading →
Review: The Thinking Woman’s Guide to Breast Cancer
Synopsis: When Dr. Maker was diagnosed in 2011, she, like most people, knew almost nothing about breast cancer. What she did know is that she didn’t feel safe simply following her doctors’ advice. She needed to understand for herself all her treatment options, the statistical outcomes... Continue Reading →
Review: Traits and Emotions of a Salvageable Soul
Synopsis: All people have their own remarkably intrinsic value, and it’s time we recognize it in ourselves and share it with the people in our lives. From the wisdom of elders comes Traits and Emotions of a Salvageable Soul: A Conversation with a Touch of Class, a guide... Continue Reading →
Review: Any Dream Will Do
Synopsis: Shay Benson adored her younger brother, Caden, and that got her into trouble. When he owed money, Shay realized she would do anything to help him avoid the men who were threatening him, and she crossed lines she never should have crossed. Now, determined to start fresh, she finds herself in search of a... Continue Reading →
Review: Don’t Trust A Stranger
Synopsis: Have you ever wanted to date someone online? Do you trust people easily? Sometimes that can be a deadly thing. Never be too careful. Never settle for less than what you deserve. Rating: 5 stars Review: Don't Trust A Stranger by Jacquelyn Wiles is a must read for all. Her memoir brings to life... Continue Reading →
Synopsis: Charlotte Darby's ship is sinking. Penniless and alone, she is struggling to care for herself and her young sister in the harsh seaport town of Hull. But when a solicitor from London brings news that she is the heir to a vast estate in Kent, it seems her days of rough seas are... Continue Reading →
Just A Dog
I have no idea on how I got to where I was. My name is Midnight. A male black lab with a little white sowing under my throat. Traveling is what I have been doing. My feet are tired and cold and so is my nose. I have no where to call home.... Continue Reading →
A Big Thank You!
I want to say a BIG thank you to all of the authors who have been so generously kind in donating $2 or more to me during my huge financial crisis. I have used the money to pay towards my summer courses each one costing me a total of $540. I am continuing to save... Continue Reading →
Writing a Personal Essay
The do's and don'ts of personal essays: - Do research on who you want your target audience to be. - Don't send in stuff that editors get all the time. - Do send in the unusual, provocative, or controversal. - Don't take the easy route. Do go for something deeper. Like something that is polictical... Continue Reading →
Your Synopsis Checklist!
Use a 1-inch margin on all sides; justify the left margin only. Put your name and contact information on the top left corner of the first page. Type the novel’s genre, word count and the word “Synopsis” in the top right corner of the first page. Don’t number the first page. Put the novel’s title,... Continue Reading →
3 Questions to Ask When Writing a Book Proposal
3 Questions to Ask When Writing a Book Proposal I highly recommend reading the article about the 3 questions to ask when writing a book proposal. There is very good advice for all writers. No matter if you were writing a nonfiction or a fiction piece. Here is the link below: http://www.writersdigest.com/editor-blogs/there-are-no-rules/3-questions-to-ask-when-writing-a-book-proposal?et_mid=702161&rid=242190553 Happy Writing! 🙂
Calling for Every Writer for Help!!!
Hi, There is an author who is needing help with coming up with functions for an army legion to serve. Any ideas? ALL IDEAS ARE WELCOMED! Please, post your ideas in the comment area down below!!!!! Thank you!!!
Writing Course Survey! Please, reply!
Writing Course Survey! Please, select the letter of the answer to every question that you are interested in. Next, post your a comment down below listing the letters to your response for this survey! 1. What genres are you most interested in? a) romance b) mystery c) thriller suspsense d) western e) comedy f)... Continue Reading →
Been Asked to Submit My Novel In
I have recently been sent a personal invitation to submit in a novel of my to a major company to be judged for publishing.The only problem is that I have written many short stories here on my blog. Most are just beginnings of stories. The deadline to submit my work in is this Friday at... Continue Reading →
How to Write a Book Review
In grammar school, we were all taught how to write a summary over the book we have read. But none of us were taught how to write a book review. What is expected to be written in a book review? How is it set up? No worries! I am going to tell you the answers... Continue Reading →
To: My Readers (if you read this, then perpare to comment!)
I have just read another writer's post. Her post had me thinking. Are my characters believable? Are they realistic? Or are they dull and boring? When I write, I do not focus on the characterization. Which is important. I focus on introducing my characters, and their problems in the settings I have created. Have I... Continue Reading →