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About Camille Faye During her years as a university Composition instructor and writing center tutor, Camille Faye worked with hundreds of writers from varying backgrounds and skill levels on many types of writing projects. She can work with writers in … Continue reading
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By Henry Herz Take a moment, close your eyes, and recall a story that truly engaged you as a reader – one whose world and characters became completely real for you. Got one? Now,…
From historical romance to mystery and women’s fiction, Velda Brotherton writes sexy, dark and gritty stories. She easily steps out of the old west into contemporary settings to create novels about strong women with the ability to conquer life’s difficult … Continue reading
Heather Snow is an award-winning historical romance author with a degree in Chemistry. She discovered she preferred creating chemistry on the page rather than in the lab. When asked how her Chemistry degree helped her writing, she responds, “Most chemical … Continue reading
Do you have a few abandoned manuscripts sitting on your computer? Are you lured away by new ideas, or do you find that getting started is easy, but continuing to write until the end of a first draft is the … Continue reading
You only need 4 things in a book synopsis: your working title, the genre of the book, the word count and your extended pitch. Author Natasha Lester gives some good pointers in this article. ReadMore