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Guest author: C. S. Boyack ~ A bit of magic

Thanks for having me back, Sue. I recently published my newest book, and am making the rounds telling everyone about it. I prepared all kinds of things, like excerpts, character studies, and more to do this blog tour. Then I … Continue reading

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Other People’s Sadness: A Nautical Metaphor… Alienora Browning

Reblogged from Chronicles of an Orange-Haired Woman: If we are true friends. and committed loved ones, we ideally rock with another’s boat whatever the weather: We brace ourselves for the storms and vast waves of grief and illness, bad fortune … Continue reading

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#WritePhoto In Sight by Pamela Morse

sight of the horizon We sailed for Devil’s Cay out of old Nassau’s harbor The sea was so calm that the Tongue of the Ocean Was as smooth as glass with reflections of white clouds The quiet was suddenly broken … Continue reading

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Ronovan Hester on how to create a character…and a brand new book!

Ronovan Hester is a familiar face around here… many know him through his Lit World Interviews site, as well as for the weekly writing prompts he hosts on his own blog, Ronovan Writes, including the Haiku Challenge. He is an … Continue reading

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Replay – Demons and Pearls by P. S. Bartlett

In April, P.S. Bartlett launched Demons and Pearls. Since then the series has been given a fabulous new look… and a new book has been announced, Amber Wake, in collaboration with Ronovan Hester, which is due for release in Feb … Continue reading

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Book Launch! Demons & Pearls by P. S. Bartlett

Had I known the repercussions of murdering the captain of a pirate ship, I may have taken the time necessary to rethink the act. As if I’ve ever had a choice that didn’t involve a fight or at the very … Continue reading

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