Runes – Book Review

Runes (Book One) Author - Ednah Walters Synopsis Seventeen-year-old Raine Cooper has enough on her plate dealing with her father’s disappearance, her mother’s erratic behavior and the possibility of her boyfriend relocating. The last thing she needs is Torin St. James—a mysterious new neighbor with a wicked smile and uncanny way of reading her. Raine... Continue Reading →

Bored With “Said”? Try This Instead

Instead of ‘said’

Jens Thoughts

Okay, apparently I’m enjoying quick lists and bright colors! I love the short bursts of useful tips that you can use in your writing area. Said is one of the most common words in writing, so here are 100 different ways to write it. This keeps things fresh and helps us stretch our vocabulary.

100 words

Until Next Time…

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Science Fiction vs. Fantasy

Ind’spiration Diget

Author MJ Moores

Hi everyone!

I’m really excited about the publication of my next full-length article: Science Fiction vs. Fantasy where I take a close look at the long-time debate and touch on what it is like being a crossover writer of these two genres.

I was approached by Kathryn Jenkins of DKC (Dragon Knight Chronicles Publishing House) to help with the inaugural launch of their magazine Ind’spiration Digest on June 30th.

Check out the awesome cover –

Cover June 2015The first issue will be free for anyone to check out and consider a subscription to.

They focus on author interviews, spotlights, book reviews, & industry-related articles that not only serve as a platform for Indy Author awareness but great information about writing, publishing, and marketing your wares.

Give the cover a click and head on over to the Ind’spiration Digest Facebook page to learn more 😉

I’ll be sure to post a link for…

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Mercury Goes Retrograde Cycle Oil Recipe

We’Moon May 18—Mercury goes retograde Mercury is “The Thinker,” and involves our communication skills: what we say, our words, our voice, and our thoughts, including the Teacher/Student, Master/Apprentice mode. Mercury affects how we connect with all the media tools of the day—our computers, phones and even the postal, publishing and recording systems! MoonCat! © Mother Tongue... Continue Reading →

Lies

Lies Our favorite set, the operating room. Our favorite plot, death by folly. Poisoning by restaurant garnish. Livers brined in bourbon and burst. The killing argument. The suicidal drive. And Junior, the arsonist who set him self on fire. As if we defy natural causes, predictable as gravity and night. Claiming, instead, the flaming corpse,... Continue Reading →

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