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Arcan's Revenge - a Review
Arcan's Revenge, written by Nelani A. Nettrour, is the exciting sequel to Soaring Free.
Homonyms from Eight to You
Do you elicit information or do you illicit information? Is a female sheep a ewe, yew, or you? Does the answer elude you, or does it illude you? Was the king's harem guarded by eunuchs or Unix? Have fun learning about the homonyms from eight to you.
Meteor Watch Day & Other Unusual Holidays
There are many unusual holidays in June. Whether you prefer to write mysteries or romance, thrillers or fantasies, science fiction or historical fiction, I'm sure you can find one of the three I've selected to mention that catches your eye and causes storylines to start running through your mind.
Soaring Free - a Review
Soaring Free by Nelani A. Nettrour is a fantasy, a story of love, a story of faithfulness, and a story of betrayal.
You Don't Know Jack - a Review
Adrianne Lee shows her talent for combining humor with murder, mystery, and mayhem in You Don't Know Jack. The detective and main character, Jack B. Smart, has this problem with men. She always seems to pick guys who are wrong for her, so she has made a hard decision – she has sworn off men.
The Palmari Vendetta - a Review
The Palmari Vendetta, written by Louis Birner, is a mystery that you won't be able to pull away from until finish the last page.
Lake Picture Writing Prompts
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but it is up to the author to write those thousand words. (Richard Petracca) How many writing prompts can you come up with by looking at this picture?
Conclusion of Interview with Cheryl Kaye Tardif
Here is the rest of my interview with Cheryl Kaye Tardif, author of Children of the Fog. I hope you enjoy it.
My Interview with Cheryl Kaye Tardif
Cheryl Kay Tardif, author of Children of the Fog and many other books, agreed to answer some questions for me. This is the first part of our interview.
Children of the Fog - a Review
The Fog is a serial abductor of children. He (or she) takes them out of their beds in the dead of night and never leaves behind any trace that he was there. No one has ever seen the kidnapper, so the police have no clues, no description, absolutely nothing to help them find the criminal.
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