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Sharon Wray shares a comprehensive list of her favorite podcasts on The Sisterhood of Suspense #blog. How about you? Are you a fan of podcasts?
I love podcasts.
I’m not sure why, but when I’m cleaning the house, making dinner, and walking the dog I love to listen to my favorite teachers, motivational speakers, business specialists, and short stories. Since the New Year started, I made a list of new-to-me podcasters, plus one I discovered last year, that I’m determined to listen to (or finish listening to) this year.
I’ve added my list below and have included the descriptions found on the corresponding websites. I hope you find these useful and if you have any favorite podcasts you’d like to share, I’d love to hear about them in the comments!
The Modern CEO with Amber McCue
~ “With pieces of your business flying every which way, your to-do list out of control (and possibly sprouting wings) and your brain is scattered across 1400 different tasks, priorities, reminders, emails, tweets, deliverables, marketing ideas, client conversations, customer…
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Today we are celebrating the release of ANTON by Brenda Rothert. This is a contemporary romance, standalone title, and it kicks off the brand new Chicago Blaze hockey romance series. Purchase your copy now for only $2.99! BUY IT NOW! Amazon | Nook | Kobo | Apple Books Follow Brenda's newsletter for exclusive details! Anton [...]
A fantastic assortment of lines with the theme, MYSTERY, on The Sisterhood of Suspense #blog today!
#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines with the topic, MYSTERY
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Odd that I thrive on finding creative solutions to complicated rescue scenarios or diagnosing the mystery of someone’s medical issue, but the reality of your pregnancy is melting my brain.
Sam Bradley w/a McKenna Sinclair
I know I won’t be able to rest until this mystery . . .whatever is holding this ghost-child here, is solved.
If all went well at tonight’s séance, the mystery man would be revealed.
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After a difficult few years, Tilly Adams is ready for life to start going right. Though she has a case of first-day nerves teaching art at the local community college, she knows it isn’t anything a few snuggles from her rescue puppy won’t cure. Until she sees Dylan Scott again, her one-time BFF and first [...]
An interesting post on ending your book to meet a reader’s expectations by Joanne Guidoccio on The Sisterhood of Suspense #blog
By Joanne Guidoccio
Last summer, I read several books with unsatisfying endings. In one case, I wondered if the novel had been worth my time and attention. The author had started with a compelling opening, the characters were well-developed, and each chapter ended on a suspenseful note.
Where did she go wrong?
Two-thirds of the way through the book, she introduced a character who had no connection to any of the other characters. In fact, I would suggest she literally pulled him out of thin air so she could pin the murder on him.
Afterward, I started to wonder about the conclusions to my own books. Had I made an impact on the reader and encouraged her to buy the next book in the series? Or had I disappointed her with a contrived or unsatisfactory ending?
I reread my editor’s comments and checked with several beta readers who reassured me…
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Today we have the blog tour for Covert Games by Katie Reus! Check out this new romantic suspense and grab your copy today! Title: Covert Games Author: Katie Reus Genre: Romantic Suspense About Covert Games: She was supposed to be a means to an end… Redemption Harbor Consulting’s greatest enemy, Alexei Kuznetsov, is in their [...]