Writing a Synopsis Can Be More Difficult Than Writing a Book

The first paragraph of a book synopsis should “set the scene” – where, when, who the protagonist is and what the problem or challenge is.

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Questions for First-Time Authors

Now that I’ve written my first novel, I think back to a few of the questions I wish I had asked myself before I started.

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Your Local Library is Your Best Friend

Our local library celebrated with an Art Festival last weekend

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Perfect Girlfriend Gift for the Holidays

Tweet It’s that time of year when you want to get something for the girlfriends on your list to show you care. Scented candles are overdone and who needs another basket of bath products? Enter the book — not just any book, but an award-winning novel with more than 65 5-star reviews on Amazon that […]

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A Morning Chat with Annamaria Bazzi

A big thank you to Annamaria for interviewing me for her Round Table Chat.

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A Study on How to Get Book Reviews

There are many methods authors use to get book reviews. There are really no right or wrong ways, and you have to be prepared for the bad and downright ugly reviews along with the good ones.

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An Author Interview with Unique Questions

Thanks so much to Gail Baugniet for posting my interview on her blog. I love the quotes from some of my reviews.

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Guest Posting

Check out my guest post on Lisa Leibow’s “Fodder for Fiction” blog.

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Hey, I’m a Featured Writer on Premier Writers!

Leave me a comment or even better, send me a gift!

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Interview

Check out my interview on Page 13 of the January issue of the Concordian.

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