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Relative Strangers - a Review
Relative Strangers is a collection of 14 short stories written by Margaret Hermes. In each of these stories, there are people who are strangers to everyone around them. They are strangers even to their own family members.
Reign of Madness - a Review
Every little girl at one time or another dreams that some day her prince will come and sweep her off her feet. After all, Cinderella and Snow White were each rescued from their dreary existence by a prince and they lived happily ever after. But does this ever happen in real life?
Reference Books for Writers
Sometimes you need to know more about a certain subject when writing a piece of fiction.
From dictionaries to books on poisons, here you will find books that will come in handy while you are writing.
Red is for Rage – a Review
Red is for Rage, written by Connie Corcoran Wilson, is the chilling sequel to The Color of Evil. Pogo the Killer Clown is still out to kill Tad because of his special ability he has, but so is someone else.
The following phobias are rare, but they would add complication to the life of one or more of your characters.
Rally 'Round the Corpse - a Review
What do I expect in a murder mystery? I grew up reading Agatha Christie books and I became really, really good at figuring out the identity of the guilty one. So I expect a captivating mystery, at least one devious murder, interesting characters, plot twists, and lots of red herrings.
Quirk Classics/Sci Fi and Fantasy Book Reviews
Reviews of Science Fiction and Fantasy Books
Quirk Classics/ Science Fiction & Fantasy Books
Quirk Classics are modern versions of selected classics. They are made more interesting for the people of today by the addition of zombies, robots, and other creatures, yet they still retain the literary quality of the originals.
Question and Quotation Marks, Exclamation Points
My last article on punctuation is on question marks, exclamation points, and quotation marks. There aren’t a whole lot of rules to learn about their usage, but my articles on punctuation would not be complete unless I covered those rules as well.
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