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Erebos - a Review
Author Ursula Poznanski has written a book that is full of chills and thrills, one where the action never stops. Erebos was written for those ages 12 and up, but it won't just be of interest to those who are young in years. Those who are young at heart should find it just as engrossing.
I do not like bugs, but I am not phobic about them. At least I’m not now. Entomophobia,the fear of insects, or acarophobia, the fear of those little bugs that make you itch, can be used in your writing to give others chills.
Endless Fear - a Review
Endless Fear, written by Adrianne Lee, is a mystery that is full of romance and suspense. This book is so full of action and twists and turns that I didn't want to stop reading until I found out what happened.
Elijah: The Sidonian Conflict - a Review
Vince Stone has given us another great story that will be enjoyed by young and old alike. It is a story without vampires, wizards, zombies, or other not-so-nice creatures. It will keep the interest of those whom most books bore quickly. Best of all, it gives one a true hero to look up to.
Elijah: the Prophet Child - a Review
Are you looking for a book for some special young person that isn't filled with vampires, zombies, werewolves, and magic? Are you looking for a book that has a real hero? If so, I highly recommend this extremely entertaining read by Vince Stone.
Eight Writing Problems
Eight common problems that many writers have and how to deal with them.
Echoes - a Review
Echoes, written by Jason Brant, is a fast paced political thriller full of action. The story opens at a political gathering where a senator is going to give a speech. His speech ends with him putting a gun to his head and pulling the trigger.
Eats, Shoots and Leaves - Review
Eats, Shoots and Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation by Lynne Truss is an indispensable guide to correct punctuation. Hard to believe in today’s world of text-messaging that anyone still cares about how the written word is punctuated, but it is important.
Eat Your Heart Out
You've probably heard the phrase eat your heart out. Either someone has directed this phrase at you, or you've said this phrase to someone else. Where did this phrase come from, and what does it actually mean?
Dystychiphobia and Other Phobias
Never make fun of anyone with a phobia, but you can bless (or curse) your characters with any number of this fears. Pick one or more of the following phobias and create one or more characters afflicted with this fear or fears.
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