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Am I Good Enough?

Am I Good Enough?

The question all Authors ask themselves, is: “Am I good enough?” Here’s my take on that question, because you can be sure that I’ve asked it to myself.

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Sleepless Flame

Sleepless Flame

Sleepless Flame is a fast-paced action-packed scifi story that features a non-binary protagonist. Follow the exploits of a disgraced war criminal as they navigate a vibrant cyberpunk world full of corporate intrigue while using fascinating automated combat technology and computer skills.

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Singing in Silence

Singing in Silence

Singing in Silence is a Historical Spiritual Thriller: Gather the women, the ghostly vision told Stella and Maggie. Best friends since the Summer of Love, now both going through the Change—hormonally and personally. One divorced, one widowed—both unknowingly part of a plan destined 500 years ago. Thrust into a world where there are no accidents; everything is connected.

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Exam Revision Notebook

Exam Revision Notebook

The Exam Revision Notebook is an A4 160 pages notebook for revisions and exams studies. Printed with a few study quotes and a unique layout to facilitate great note taking and facts in a way that is readily and easily accessible pre-exams.

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What’s in a (Pen) Name?

What's in a (Pen) Name?

I’ve pondered on this. Probably for as long as the Bard, himself, pondered on the famous question. What exactly are the benefits of using a pen name? The only thing I can come up with is that the Author is trying to hide and a pen name

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TRAVEL MORE for Less

TRAVEL MORE for Less

“TRAVEL MORE for Less” is the full color quintessential guide to planning travel anywhere and at any standard, for best value. It is equally useful for backpackers organizing their gap year, retirees planning their newly retired trip, and everyone in between. It provides practical advice for each step of the planning process.

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Great Dialogue Should Jump Off the Page

Great Dialogue Should Jump Off the Page

Today, we talk about dialogue. What’s there to talk about? (Sorry, a bit of a bad pun, there.) But here’s the thing, your characters will inevitably converse. You can write beautiful, descriptive prose until the cows come home but what happens if you’re not adept at writing dialogue?

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Mountain Mover

Mountain Mover

When Reggae artist Queen Majeeda made the journey from her native Jamaica to New York City to do some recording, she decided to pursue higher education. Her newfound relationship with God was quickly put to the test. Journey with her as she travels the road from Jamaica to New York City to Florida. See how God came through on time, every time.

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The Simpleton

The Simpleton

The reporters made him out to be a hero. He was a doting husband, his life tragically changed. He was Head of Sales at Tribeck Advertising – “Where Your Business is Our Business.” He was a loving husband, son, friend and business associate.

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How to Effectively Convey Pathos

How to Effectively Convey Pathos

Have you ever started to read a book, only to find out in Chapter One that the male lead has three months to live? Did it make you feel like a jilted lover? That’s because the Author did jilt you and failed to effectively convey pathos. “Pathos represents an appeal to the emotions of the audience, and elicits feelings that already reside in them.” (Thank you, Google.)

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