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My Interview with Charles Gilman
Charles Gilman, author of Professor Gargoyle, agreed to answer some questions for me about his life and his writing career. I hope you find his answers as interesting as I did.
Professor Gargoyle - a Review
Professor Gargoyle: Tales from Lovecraft Middle School #1, written by Charles Gilman, is the first volume in a new series of novels for young people, ages ten and up. The black-and-white illustrations throughout the book help bring the characters to life right in front of your eyes.
The Main Reason You Need an Editor
If you want to satisfy and entertain your reader so much that he/she will buy more of your books or read more of your stories, then you need to hire an editor to clean up all of the mistakes you made while writing your story.
Bring vs. Take
Bring and take are words that a lot of people are confused about how to use. Is there a reason for this confusion? Some people grew up in regions or households where these words were consistently used in the wrong way. Others are just learning the English language.
The Voice of Waterfalls - a Review
The Voice of Waterfalls is a supernatural, psychological thriller that was written by Russian author, Natasha A. Salnikova. I was drawn into the story from the very first page. It begins as a psychological thriller, and gradually the supernatural enters the story.
Poison of the Sea - Conidae & Blue-Ringed Octopus
What creatures are there that lurk in the depths of the ocean that are poisonous to humans? Some of the beautiful creatures of the ocean should only be admired from a distance. The poison of the conidae (cone shell) and the blue-ringed octopus are extremely toxic to humans and other animals.
Confusing Words from Bate to Bizarre
Does a conductor use a baton, batten, or batting? Will a toddler bawl or ball if he doesn't get his way? Would you shop at a bazaar or bizarre? Enjoy learning about these and other confusing words.
Conclusion of Interview with Grace Mattioli
Here is the conclusion of my interview with Grace Mattioli, author of Olive Branches Don't Grow on Trees.
My Interview with Grace Mattioli
Grace Mattioli, author of Olive Branches Don't Grow on Trees, agreed to answer some questions for me about her life and her writing career. I hope you enjoy her answers as much as I did.
Olive Branches Don't Grow on Trees - a Review
Olive Branches Don't Grow on Trees is the first novel written by Grace Mattioli. Silvia, the main character of this book, just can't seem to stay in one place very long. She moves from one city to another in hopes of finding happiness. Is there a reason she is like this?
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