Review: How to Write A Romance

        Synopsis: A unique, beautifully designed journal filled with helpful tips and invaluable advice vital for every aspiring romance novelist—and every romance fan! For romance writers and readers alike, How to Write a Romance is a sleek, inventive journal that will inspire you to create love stories that stir the heart, tease the imagination,... Continue Reading →

Review: Dog Eared

      Synopsis: During a yearlong office-cleaning project the author reflects on his life as a writer and as a reader, addressing several themes: the place of physical books in an ever-increasing digital age, the impact of social media on publishing’s rapidly-changing landscape, the skill set an author needs to survive in today’s publishing... Continue Reading →

Review: Professor Ladybug Teaches ABCs

Synopsis:  Welcome to the wonderful world of Professor Ladybug! In this colorful, illustrated book, familiar objects and animals progressively introduce the 26 letters of the alphabet. This book is designed primarily for early learners (pre-K).  Rating: 5-stars Review: The world of Professor Ladybug is amazing! The colors, entertainment, and charming pages are fun to explore.... Continue Reading →

Review: Professor Ladybug Teaches Basic Cursive

Synopsis: Welcome to the wonderful world of Professor Ladybug! This workbook provides hundreds of cursive writing practice pages. These exercises are perfect for helping children practice their letters and simple sentences in traditional cursive (also known as longhand or script). This helpful resource includes practice pages for all 26 letters of the alphabet, uppercase and... Continue Reading →

Review: Professor Ladybug Teaches All About Me

Synopsis: Welcome to the wonderful world of Professor Ladybug! This simple workbook is designed for children to explore and record facts about themselves, as well as their friends and family.  These 80+ pages are also a great way to build self-esteem and confidence in any young child. Watch them get more confident through exercises that... Continue Reading →

Review: Professor Ladybug Teaches ABC

Synopsis: The simple activities in this workbook will provide hours of educational fun for your child. These worksheets are perfect for home or school. Young learners will have a blast learning the alphabet with our fun and creative exercises. Presented in an easy-to-use format that allows children to trace, draw, write, and explore simple words... Continue Reading →

Review: NYSTCE English Language Arts CST (003)

Synopsis: NYSTCE English Language Arts CST (003) Study Guide: Rapid Review Test Prep and Practice Questions for the New York State Teacher Certification Examination (003) will provide you with a concise overview of the NYSTCE 003 test, so you know exactly what to expect on test day. We’ll take you through all the concepts covered... Continue Reading →

Author Interview with Both Judith Ravin and Muhammad Hassan Miraj 

  Review links: Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/review/RXF42ESN6QBLS?ref_=glimp_1rv_cl Blog: http://wp.me/p4n3Np-6fO Twitter: https://twitter.com/urbanliterary/status/890720375327404032 ULM: What led you both into doing this book together? Ravin: The first time I met Hassan it was obvious he possessed a writer’s craft. He spoke in parables and was always attentive to the possibilities for extrapolation of the tales spinning in his head. Although... Continue Reading →

Review: The Evolving Peacemaker

Synopsis: What does our future hold? Is it possible for humanity to exist indefinitely in a world overrun with wars, intolerance, and terrorism? Will our civilization that is steeped in centuries of violence eventually learn how to interact with one another in respectful and compassionate ways?  The Evolving Peacemaker: A Commitment to Nonviolence seeks to... Continue Reading →

Urban Lit Magazine Issue 

The 2017 June Issue above has just been released.  76-pages of content. Featuring both bestselling and indie authors.  A variety of genres and fun articles.  Interested in reviewing a free copy, please, email: urbanlitmagazine@gmail.com & use review copy in the subject line. All reviews must be posted within 2-weeks. Reviewers will be asked to send... Continue Reading →

Searching for Rebellion: Two Indie Authors Form Edgy Publishing Company

Tony Nesca and Nicole I. Nesca have one question – where have all the fearless artists gone? Unable to find a mainstream publishing outfit that suited their taste for grittier writing, the Nescas formed their own – Screamin’ Skull Press. For the Beat Generation, controversy was the norm, not the exception. Creators like Jack Kerouac,... Continue Reading →

How growing up in a female-dominated family influenced my stories, characters, and the overall inspiration for writing the Fair Fae Trilogy.” By Patricia Bossano

How growing up in a female-dominated family influenced my stories, characters, and the overall inspiration for writing the Fair Fae Trilogy. "  By Patricia Bossano In general English, Matriarchy is a form of social organization in which descent and relationship are reckoned through the female line. It is also defined as a social system in... Continue Reading →

Review: Story Genius

Synopsis: Following on the heels of Lisa Cron's breakout first book, Wired for Story, this writing guide reveals how to use cognitive storytelling strategies to build a scene-by-scene blueprint for a riveting story.  It’s every novelist’s greatest fear: pouring their blood, sweat, and tears into writing hundreds of pages only to realize that their story... Continue Reading →

Changes…

We have gone through a lot of changes...some faster than others. We have been experimenting with what works best for everyone and for ourselves. Recently, we have updated...our website's name and URL. Prices and services will be changing once more  and after the final changes are made prices will be locked in for the services... Continue Reading →

Review: The Rumor

  Synopsis: A friendship is tested in this irresistible page-turner from New York Times bestselling author Elin Hilderbrand. Nantucket writer Madeline King couldn't have picked a worse time to have writer's block. Her deadline is looming, her bills are piling up, and inspiration is in short supply. Madeline's best friend Grace, is hard at work... Continue Reading →

Love Scenes!

Having trouble writing those love scenes in your romance novel? Practice, practice and practice! Here's a sample: Just as I was expecting the pain, he moved moved his mouth right over my sweet spot. His breath was hot and the anticipation of what was next, drove me insane. "Are you ready?" He asked. "OMG! Yes,... Continue Reading →

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