#Writingtips: Removing Words That Slow Your Pace

Hey, everyone! Paul here today. I’m back again with another writing tips post. This time around I am going to talk about removing words that slow your pace. We’ve all read books that spend so much time describing what is happening to us, where things are, and what each character …

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International #Authors’ Day #BlogHop 2015

  Hello, everyone. Paul here today. I am pleased to bring you the International Authors’ Day Blog Hop hosted by my friend Debdatta at bookr3vi3ws. Debdatta is a prolific blogger (and a good friend) as well as a great friend to readers and authors all around the world. My task …

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#Writing tips: Concrete nouns

Hello, everyone. Paul here. As you might have noticed, I have been writing a lot about Scrivener and the book Many Genres, One Craft: Lessons in Writing Popular Fiction. In case you’re wondering, I’m not marketing for either one. What I am doing, hopefully, is passing along information that I …

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Between the Lines Blog Tour and Review

Hey everybody! I’m back with a review of another great book! I really enjoyed reading Between the Lines, by Claudia Whitsitt. Between the Lines is a great novel about a young girl in 1967 as she struggles with society’s acceptance (or lack thereof) of African Americans. As the book goes …

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Book Review – Chase Bartholomew Hastings

Hey everyone, Angie here with a book review for Chase Bartholomew Hastings. I loved this book. The title of my reviews on both Amazon and Goodreads is Read this Book because it really was great. Yes it is a children’s title, the main character isn’t even a teenager yet, but I …

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