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Blogoff: My Daughter – My inspiration

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Firstly I am a mental health nurse by profession. Writing was something I had never even thought about. Well I …

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Blogoff: The fight to be heard

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The written word is something that I have loved for as long as I can remember. In my darkest days, …

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Blogoff: Who’s Your Daddy? The Paternity Debate in Milk Money

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I’ve been writing fan fiction for about three years now and publishing for about two. With ten published works, and …

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Blogoff: A cat’s guide to writing

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1. So you think you want to write? This is a long and stress inducing process. You have all these …

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Blogoff: A crash course in Genealogy

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Have you ever caught yourself wondering about your ancestors’ lives? Their day-in day-out everyday lives? Their childhoods, romances, marriages, losses? …

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Blogoff: Magazines; Friend or Foe?

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This is a topic very close to my heart and so I wanted to post a blog. I am sharing …

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Blogoff: The Creative Boom that Birthed Zoo of Emotions

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When I was on maternity leave with my second child, I had a creative boom. A big boom. More than …

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Blogoff: Why I Wrote A Book About A Topic Nobody Wants To Think About

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Over the past several months I have gotten a few unsympathetic comments about my book entitled Breaking The Silence. One …

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Blogoff: The ‘Daffy Duck Principle’ of conflict

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Being a ‘seat of the pants’ writer, my favourite part of putting stories together is conflict. Because I have no …

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The great, big Showcase Blogoff

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We’re all about new ideas to help authors get the word out about their work. So, with that in mind, …

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Interviews

Interview – Max West, author of the Sunnyville Stories

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Max West, author of the Sunnyville Stories Welcome to the Showcase Lounge, Max …

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Interview – Kyle Bell, author of the upcoming novel: Ladies Prism

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Kyle Bell, author of upcoming novel: Ladies Prism Welcome to the Showcase Lounge …

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Interview – Jim Melanson, author of the Mike Lane Stories

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Jim Melanson, author of On Mars: The Mike Lane Stories. Welcome to the …

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Interview – S.M. Donaldson, author of the Marco’s MMA Boys series

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by S.M. Donaldson, author of the Marco’s MMA boys series. Welcome to the Showcase …

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Interview – Darian Wigfall, author of A Dying Breed

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Darian Wigfall, author of A Dying Breed: Vol. 1 in the Bright Lights …

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Interview – Ed Stuteville, author of Chance of a Lifetime

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Ed Stuteville, author of Chance of a lifetime. Welcome to the Showcase Lounge, …

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Interview – Howard Smith author of Diary of a Sinner

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Today we are joined by Howard Smith, author of Diary of a Sinner.   Welcome to the Showcase Lounge, Howard.   Howard …

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Interview – Claire Nana, author of Leverage

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Claire Nana, author of Leverage: The Science of Turning Setbacks into Springboards. Welcome …

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New Releases

Drew Bankston – Tears of the Silent Crow: The Gary & Stacy Winslow Series, Book 1

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Tears of the Silent Crow: The Gary & Stacy Winslow Series, Book 1 (Adventure, Mystery, Romance) In this tale of …

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A.J. Walters – Wolves in the Woods

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Wolves in the Woods (Crime, Suspense, Thriller) Thirty-something Hannah Marshall, is the newly appointed DCI working in the Cambridgeshire police …

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Twyla Turner – Chasing Day Series: Chasing Day & Catching Day

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Chasing Day Series: Chasing Day & Catching Day (Erotica/Romance) Daylen Daniels and Chase McCoy are as different as they come. …

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Susan Moore Jordan – “More Fog, Please”: 31 Years Directing Community and High School Musicals

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“More Fog, Please”: 31 Years Directing Community and High School Musicals (Non-Fiction) “More Fog, Please” – 31 Years Directing Community …

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Reviews

Review: Jordan P.T. Mock’s Obsidian Dawn: From the Cold Light of Day

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Obsidian Dawn: From the Cold Light of Day is a high fantasy about a young woman struggling to take revenge …

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Review: Susan Moore Jordan’s Eli’s Heart

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Eli Levin is a musical prodigy. Albeit one born with a serious heart defect that means he may not live …

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Review: Stephen Roffe’s Beyond Hercules: An inside story of the Moroccan hash trade

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The history of the cannabis plant is ancient and glorious; its global vilification has been less than a hundred years …

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Review: Max Allan’s Hunger

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There’s a water-borne parasite, that originated in South America, slowly making its way up through the United States, turning everyone …

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Review – Jeffrey Bolden’s Lucid

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A short story about a thuggish, murdering, drug dealer is, well, a short story about a thuggish, murdering, drug dealer …

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Review: Alison Gray’s Out of the Tower

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Earlier in the year I reviewed Hibiscus Fruit, a detective novel by Alison Gray that I had a small issue …

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Review: Nick Christofides’ The Border Reiver

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Before I start this review I feel I need to tell you two things. Firstly, as a Scot, I am …

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Review: Darcy Conroy’s As Long As She Lives

As Long As She Lives

Surviving African genocide doesn’t often make the backbone of a “romance” novel but this is no ordinary sweep-you-off-your-feet relationship novel …

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