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Writing Styles, Literary Tropes & Reviewers

Writerly Rant #74

by M.J. Moores, OCT. Author. Editor.

Okay, time to hold your face (or chest) – until recently I was unaware of the term “literary trope”… it’s true! 511 more words

Writing

How do you judge a character?

I’ve always been a fan of bad-acting characters, all the way back to Eve from Sidney Sheldon’s, Master of the Game.  Part of me really loved Ashton from John Jakes’, … 811 more words

Writerly Things

Rant: I'm a name, not a number!

So, you’ve spent days/months/years writing a story that you MUST share with the world, and then it happens: you realise that all of those days spent slaving away at the computer, all the hours spent banging your head against the wall in frustration, are over. 938 more words

Books

Violent Lips- Purple Leopard Print

Hey there, we’re back for Review No. 2, experimenting with more fab beauty products! This time we’re looking at Violent Lips tattoos as the product just stood out from the shelves and we… 550 more words

Beauty Products Review

A Century of Books

New Challenge!! 

I came across the Century of Books challenge while browsing through other blogs on WordPress. It seems this is actually an old challenge going on for about three years now! 53 more words

Getting Your Book to the Top of the Reviewer's List

By Jeannine Gailey and Kelly Davio

Positive book reviews can be the single biggest factor in getting a new book of poems to sell. A great review in a notable venue will not only drive awareness of your book among lovers of poetry, but can also open doors for libraries or independent bookstores to buy and stock your collection. 917 more words

Publishing