I often wonder what is the reader's view of the characters actions and thoughts when they read my books; does what I intend come across clearly, do the reader's feel the pain, sense the sadness, appreciate the anger of what the characters are experiencing? My intention in my writing of interior dialogue and description is… Continue reading The Reader’s View of Your Characters’ Thoughts
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I love my Christmas Santa Mummy I will toss it, bite it, chuck it, as I love my Christmas Santa, Mummy. I Love your new books Mummy, but why am I not in the story? 'But you are my dear girl. You are on the cover.' I can't see me . . . 'Is your… Continue reading Annie my Maltese Shih-Tzu
Dear Wannabe writers. Here's a tip just for you. . . The first time I self-published, I endured many failures before I held my book in my hand. I wish I had known these 9 things before self-publishing my book. — Read on blog.bookbaby.com/2018/06/things-i-wish-i-had-known-before-self-publishing-my-book/ There certainly are many things to work through when self publishing… Continue reading Things I Wish I Knew Before Self-Publishing My Book | BookBaby Blog
Dear friends, fellow authors, book launch followers and wannabe writers. I did it and I'm an old brain. So, you can too. Happy new year to you, I hope it brings everything you are hoping for. I finished 2018 only just accomplishing my goal of publishing book two of my Fortune Seekers series before the… Continue reading Are you a wannabe writer?