It’s still progress

Entertaining Stories

Today didn’t go as well as yesterday. I still came in slightly over 2000 words, and hope for more tomorrow. I wrote the scene with The Hanged Man, and it came out pretty well. I don’t know that his lesson is finished, but the Hanged Man has been buried. Yak guy needs to reflect upon it while he’s crossing the steppes. Maybe he can find some connection to the Hermit and decide he misjudged the fellow to a degree. Maybe the yak can throw that in his face, which is what usually happens.

When he gets home, he will find the shit’s really hit the fan. This will move the story into act three, and he’s going to have to make some big, life changing, decisions. I need to get him home, but I don’t want to lose the idea that it takes a long time to ride a yak…

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Y. Correa Reveals a New Cover!

The Indie Spot!

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Hello and thank you for visiting!

Today, the members of All Authors P&P bring you a spectacular cover reveal for a phenomenal story. But to know more about this story, you must first understand the its origins.

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In 2013 Y. Correa brought you a Historical Romance for the ages. It was called “MarcoAntonio & Amaryllis”.

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Within its pages you found a compelling story that could leave on mark on the soul of those who read it. Many compared it to “Tristan and Isolde” as well as “Romeo & Juliet”. However, “MarcoAntonio & Amaryllis” was much more than that, it was a love story AND an adventure. Riddled with magic, mayhem and drama, “MarcoAntonio & Amaryllis” was a story to be reckoned with.

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The year 1585. The Anglo-Spanish War. England’s greed for Spain’s crops, land, and supplies gives birth to the inertia of intolerance on both sides. Yet, even then, Love…

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With Angels wings book review.

I give this book 4 stars.
This storie based on Trewth is amazing.

The heerowens and Hun all deserv meddles.

This broken heart on their sleeves acount is a must read.

Literally has to not onley deal with two disabled children but deal with a husband that nether no not Cairo about these preshus ones.

And then therhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01DL9AXAI/ref=ya_aw_dod_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1 is Daniel how does Claire and is perfect for Lorre and the girls except their famerly do not approve of their relationship because they are step sober lungs.

Did not it to stop would recommend to ain’t one.

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Catwalk Dream Book Blitz

Liz Gavins Blog


Catwalk, Dream
S.Q. Orpin
(Catwalk, #1)
Publication date: January 7th 2016
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance

In a world of glitz, glamour, and excess, sizzling hot Casi Roberts is the reigning queen. Swimsuit model by day and club girl by night, 29 year old Casi thrives in the LA culture, on the arm of her celebrity boyfriend, Alix Grey. Documenting her charmed life on social media, Casi has mastered the art of hiding her insecurities in a world obsessed with youth and beauty.

Ruggedly handsome, blue-eyed, Kyle Jensen has built an enviable life in Blackberry Falls, WA. When Casi walks into his life, Kyle’s carefully crafted lifestyle begins to unravel, igniting a passion in him that is electrifying. Captivated by her beauty and seduced by her provocative nature, Kyle is left reeling from their chance encounter.

As Casi’s life implodes after a tragic accident, she finds solace in a passionate relationship…

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How Do You Get Readers to Trust You?

A Writer's Path

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by Jacqui Murray

I went to my bi-weekly writer’s critique group last night. We get submittals ahead of time, gather our thoughts and comments, and then each of us gets 5 minutes during the meeting to share our suggestions. This week, we were reviewing the work of one of my favorite group authors–we’ll call her Mari. She is writing an amazing piece about a family coping with Alzheimer’s. It’s character-driven fiction, but could also be classified as creative non-fiction so detailed and realistic are the scenes.

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A Cup Full of Midnight

Cindy's Notebook

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By: Jaden Terrell
Publisher: Permanent Press
Publication Date: August 9, 2012
Genre: Mystery/Murder Mystery

Book Excerpt:

Chapter 1

THE CALL CAME three hours into the stakeout, just as the man in the cowboy hat pulled up to the curb in a red Lexus so polished it looked like it had been dipped in molten glass. It was a wet winter afternoon, and a flat gray sky spat sleet and ice onto the windshield of my black and chrome Chevy Silverado pickup. A sweet ride. Not so sweet in the middle of winter with the engine off to keep plumes of exhaust from drawing attention.

Shivering behind the wheel, I blew on my hands to warm them. Then, ignoring the phone vibrating in my cup holder, I lowered the window and reached across the seat for my camera. With the…

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Bloggers helping bloggers!

Lizzie Chantree

I have just discovered that talented writer Jenny Hinsman has nominated me for a Liebster award! You can find out more about Jenny and get work here: https://hinsmanj.wordpress.com

Like Jenny, I am new to blogging, but this is a wonderful chance for us all to discover more about the blogging community and I get to answer some of Jenny’s questions about my writing, then pose some new ones to some other bloggers I admire.  The idea is to bring more traffic to all these fabulous blogs.  The ‘Liebster Blog’ Award is a wonderful way to spread the word about our work and connect with other bloggers, readers and authors. I have listed the rules of the Award below this post.

Here are my answers to Jenny’s questions:

If you could have dinner with one fictional character who would it be?

Dinner with Indiana Jones would never be dull!

If you could live in a book, TV show…

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