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I’m so excited and want to share with you the best news I’ve had this year! I’m releasing the first book in my science fiction series. The Divantinum Project Book #1: Wastling is coming out. Here’s a sneak peak. I’ve … Continue reading
I read “Stranded with the Cyborg” by Cara Bristol. This is Cy-Ops Series #1. Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. Positives: the meet cute is authentic, there are … Continue reading
Coming Soon Hey, writers and readers! I wanted to thank you all for the inspiration and encouragement I’ve received over the last nine months. I appreciate the support! I’m coming out of my writing cave and wanted to let … Continue reading
ISWG, Science Fiction, and Birthday! Hey, writers. Hope you’re doing well. Today’s post is in response to the Insecure Writer’s Group question: “What do you love about the genre you write most often in?” #ISWG My answer: what’s not to … Continue reading
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Genre: Science Fiction Romance Author: Susan Grant Title: Star Hero Series: Star Series Disclaimer: I received a copy of Star Hero, a Star Series Novella, in exchange for a fair review. When authors send me a book, they … Continue reading
So a writer buddy asked me what my favorite science fiction tv series were…and I didn’t know. I had a list…of all the ones I loved…and realized that it was really long. In an effort to be creative and answer … Continue reading
Books and Dragons When I say I’m a Book Dragon, I mean that when I find a writer whose words inspire me or who creates something special, I will put aside every other book in my pile and read that … Continue reading
Six Tips You Can Use To Add Emotion and Take Your Fiction from Good to Unforgettable by Charlee Allden
Guest Post Time! Introducing Charlee Allden, writer of the fantastic Arena Dogs series! Take it away, Charlee! Authors know that emotion is the key to engaging readers in the story, but we’re often urged to trim backstory and inner … Continue reading