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The Structured Cycle

This week, I started my first round of the James Fant Book Structured Cycle.  I break out what I’m going to do each day for publishing in terms of marketing and finance. This structured cycle will get me out of … Continue reading

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When The Story Starts Writing Itself

I love it when the story starts writing itself. I don’t mean that there’s some poltergeist, frightening, thunder and lightning type stuff going on. No voodoo whodoo. But there’s definitely divine inspiration, faith explained forces, spiritual connections, some plug from … Continue reading

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THE VERY IMPORTANT POINT: My review of The Call of the Writer’s Craft: Writing and Selling the Book Within by Tom Bird

I read this book really to broaden my horizon on book marketing. However, as I traveled through the pages (or screens since I read the ebook) I was reintroduced to a love for creativity. I was reawakened to the love … Continue reading

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Come On Book Two! My Review of RENAISSANCE (THE NORA WHITE STORY) by Yecheilyah Ysrayl

Nora White is a recent high school graduate searching for herself, trying to find her voice. A seed looking for the right environment. It’s not the family farm, not the acres that provide food and establish ownership. It’s not the … Continue reading

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THE DARKEST LOOP

On Labor Day, 2001, Dallas Amderson is invited to a cookout by his best friend. The next day, his friend his killed by a car. During the week that follows, Dallas falls in love with his best friend’s sister. On … Continue reading

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I Loved This Novel!!!

My Review of Michelle Stimpson’s WHO KILLED MY HUSBAND I loved this novel! The way Michelle goes from point A to B to C without much flashback, which I’m starting to think drags a story down. I enjoyed the way … Continue reading

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Fact and Fiction

I write fiction. And fiction isn’t fact. But I still want my writing to be authentic. Especially now that I’m writing historical fiction, writing a novel surrounded by accounts that actually happened. Take for instance one of my favorite historical … Continue reading

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