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The Man of Cloud 9 by Adam Dreece
August 26, 2017 Book Reviews Heidi Angell

Title: The Man of Cloud 9 Genre: Science Fiction Author: Adam Dreece Rating: 4.3 Seventy years from now, climate change has damaged the world, and civilization has lost its appetite for radical dreamers and innovation. Niko Rafaelo believes that the key to our future lies in revisiting a banned technology, and binding it with the

Out of Context: Finding the Sweet Spot
August 23, 2017 Out of Context,Writing Prompts A.L. Mabry

You know how it happens, you’re minding your own business, eavesdropping on the table next to yours in the coffee shop, when suddenly you hear…something. You missed what they said before but the last sentence has your mind whirling with possibilities. Or maybe you’re in line at the grocery store, sorting your coupons when…wait…she didn’t

The Querying Process
August 22, 2017 Writing Advice J.K. Allen

You???ve written your novel and now it???s time to query. The query is very important and something you???ll need to spend time on to perfect. We???ve talked about how to write our query and dos and don???ts, so let???s talk about the process of querying. Do your research and personalize each query. Don???t send one

Esper Files by Egan Brass
August 19, 2017 Book Reviews David Wiley

Title: Esper Files Genre: Steampunk/Fantasy Author: Egan Brass Rating: 4.1 They came after The Great Storm, the Espers. Feared and hunted by society, there are those who use their powers for good, and those who use them for evil. When an experiment goes wrong in Victorian London, Espers, people with supernatural abilities are created. In

How to Write Good Critique
August 18, 2017 Writing Advice Stephanie Ayers

Previously, We’ve talked about the importance of critique, and how it benefits you as a writer to utilize it as a growth tool. There are not many articles out there that really define the??how??to write good critique and the various methods used to do so. Not all are profitable for every person, that’s why it

Writing a Review Request
August 16, 2017 Writing Advice David Wiley

As authors, we all want to find those willing readers who will actually leave a detailed, thoughtful review. We also dream of having a captive audience waiting to preorder and purchase every book we release. Anyone who has published a book or two knows the reality: these things aren’t likely to happen without a lot

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