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First Time Authors Pascal Marco = Thriller Pascalmarco.com Chalene Lassig = Fantasy Charlenelassig.com Deanne L. Joseph = Biography Paulsstory.com Nicki Elson = Women’s Fiction Nickielson.com Writing Schools Institute of Children’s Literature Long Ridge Writer’s Group Mystery Helps Mysterywriters.org Mysterywritingismurder.blogspot.com Thrillerfest.org … Continue reading
Reasons why we’ve vote Tiny in as our Role Model: Because: He is sooo cute! He can really get around–on land, in water, and through the air. One giant leap for tiny; many leaps for cawgs. He has a large … Continue reading
Writers… that is what we call ourselves, but we are so much more than that. We have full time jobs, full time kids and full time hassles like anyone else. We don’t come up with stories. we live them. The … Continue reading
Susan Bates has been up for three nights in a row. Why? Michael Faraday is searching for a lost dog. The animal was last seen twenty years ago. Who is Michael? Which is older, the water on the bottom of … Continue reading
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be a writer, look no further. Being a writer (an average writer, not a bestseller) means living a double life. You’re a writer but that’s not your job, at least not the … Continue reading