Tag Archives: self-publish

That Certain Feeling of Uncertainty

It’s like a siren’s song. The vocabulary calls to me. The characters whisper in my ear. I can taste the air and hear the seabirds crying, like reaching the port of my homeland after a distant adventure. Continue reading

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Author Interview new release SEVEN BEYOND

“I put myself into this effort. Seeing it listed on GoodReads and Amazon and the other distributors gives me a feeling of completion. I can like myself now.” Continue reading

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Didn’t Make It Past Page Four: Writerly Choices

Develop the first scene from a single point of view, with a single emotive response – like fear or jealousy or expectation. The other characters can display emotion in chapter two. Continue reading

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GoodRead — Bob Brinkman

The author isn’t afraid to mete the occasional emotional gut-punch to the reader either. This author has no fear, for the story seems to unfold as it must. It isn’t forced, or cliche, it just…is. Continue reading

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The Self-Styled Reviewer

Act as a confidant to the reader. What will she like if you pass along the book to her. “Don’t read this story on Sunday because you’ll be up all night and miss work the next day.” Continue reading

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