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#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about a WEAPON.
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The opening of the shirt displayed the soft curve of one of her breasts. He yanked his hands from the covers, grabbed the weapon, and walked away from the desirable, but troubled woman.
“Two people were killed with a misericord, a close-quarters combat weapon favored by Fianna warriors. And I believe Montfort is one of them.”
Boy, did I have the wrong impression. There were no tools of torture, unless books counted. No scary outfits.
“I must insist you prove to José that you carry no weapons. Or wires. Open your shirt, querida.” His voice turned hard. “Now, if you please.”
AJ, what the hell are you doing carrying a gun? Cops carry guns, not firefighters.”
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@VickiBatman talks #coverlove on The Sisterhood of Suspense blog today. #AuthorTips
In June, I published another indie book.
I totally stress over creating covers. As a reader, you may not know what we think when we see a cover. It is so exciting when I open the email. For example, with my story The Great Fruitcake Bake-off, I wanted to see a cake, some baking elements, a prize ribbon. My name and the title. And because the story is a romance, a cute couple.
For my mysteries, Temporarily Employed and Temporarily Insane, I subbed an art sheet with information about the cover. I did request the Squirrely Shirley font and the first one to be red background, the second one to be in blue.
I’m lucky in that the friend who designed the cover for Just Desserts…and Other Stories knows me and my work. My voice. When I told her about my latest project’s title, she knew exactly what to…
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A thought-provoking post from our Sisterhood of Suspense friend, Joanne Guidoccio. Do you have six words to sum up your life?
By Joanne Guidoccio
Whenever I attend workshops, I take note of any icebreakers. While some participants may groan, I find these short, introductory exercises very effective in creating community and stimulating creativity.
One of my favorites is the “Six-Word Memoir,” a spinoff of the challenge once given to Ernest Hemingway: Write a story using only six words.
His reply was quick and succinct: “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”
In November 2006, Larry Smith, founder of SMITH Magazine, asked his fans to describe their lives in exactly six words. Intended to be a one-month contest, the project took on a life of its own. Since that time, Smith has received millions of responses, from the hilarious to the bittersweet to the inspirational. You can find out more here.
At the workshop where I was first introduced to this project, the facilitator shared the following examples:
“Married by Elvis, divorced…
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On Tour with Prism Book Tours Alaskan Hideaway (Northern Lights #3) By Beth Carpenter Contemporary Romance Mass Market Paperback & ebook, 368 Pages July 1st 2018 by Harlequin Heartwarming Goodreads│Amazon│Barnes & Noble Harlequin│Kobo│Google Play│iTunes He traveled 3,800 miles to be alone …but is it what he really wants? Relocating to Alaska after a family tragedy [...]
The lovely Sally Cronin shares #books on #Sale just in time for #SummerReading!
Welcome to the first of the Summer Sale posts with discounted books by authors on the shelves of the Cafe and Bookstore. There are four sale posts scheduled, today, 13th, 16th and 20th of July, and if you have a book that is currently on offer at a discounted price, I still have two spaces left for the July 16th post.
Just let me have the link to the book on Amazon or Smashwords and the dates, the price the book is reduced to … I will have all your other details on file.. email@example.com
On with today’s sale post.
The first author with her book on sale is Brigid P. Gallagher for Watching the Daisies: Life Lessons on the Importance of Slow – on offer at .99p on UK – 99c (+tax) US.
Millions of people around the world suffer from fibromyalgia; the majority…
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