Jul
29
2014
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Book Review: Dependent by Brenda Corey Dunne

Written by Lehua Parker

An unusual coming of age story about a forty-five year old woman finding herself after making hard choices at nineteen.

Jun
26
2014
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Interview with Johnny Worthen

Written by Lehua Parker

Johnny stops by the Parker Hale for a Diet Coke and a chat about Eleanor, the Unseen.

Jun
2
2014
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Book Review: Wake by author Amanda Hocking

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My review of the book Wake by author Amanda Hocking

Jun
2
2014
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How do You Choose a Book? What Type of Reader Are You? and Do We Stay Dedicated to Our Authors?

Written by adduling

For readers and writers- how do you choose a book and what type of reader are you? What type of reader are you writing for?

May
29
2014
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Why I Read My Book's Reviews

Written by Sharon Bayliss

Your book's reviews...to read or not to read? In this article I talk about why I choose to read my reviews.

May
22
2014
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Book Review: Eleanor (The Unseen) by Johnny Worthen

Written by Lehua Parker

Eleanor is not what she seems. Neither is Johnny Worthen's novel. YA Literary Horror at its finest.

May
20
2014
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Confessions of the Very First Zombie Slayer (That I Know Of)

Written by Lehua Parker

F.J.R. Titchenel hits it out of the park (with suprbat) in her darkly hilarious YA zombie novel.

May
14
2014
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Should Secondary Characters Change?

Written by Mooderino

There are some good reasons to keep secondary characters (both friend and foe) fixed in how you represent them in a story.

May
7
2014
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Digging for Writing Advice Gold

Written by Mooderino

Advice, for writing and for everything else, is situational. In some cases it applies, in some it doesn’t.

Apr
28
2014
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Balancing Family, Day Job, and Writing

Written by Sharon Bayliss

In this article I share my secret (or lack thereof) to writing novels with a life brimming with other responsibilities.

Apr
9
2014
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C is for Characters of the Protagonist Variety

Written by Patrick Stahl

When talking about great protagonists, the almighty buzz-words are "sympathetic," "competent," "engaging," and "active."

Apr
7
2014
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Book Review: Dr. Stuart's Heart

Written by Lehua Parker

Just a bit longer than your average short story, this novelette is the perfect literary horror escape in the middle of a busy afternoon.