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Book Review: The Wolf and the Moon, by Kayla Bain-Vrba

~ Dag’s life is an endless series of battles, as he fights Challenge after Challenge for the amusement of others, his interest in life lost when he killed his own lover. But then, in the middle of his latest Challenge, he encounters a familiar face… Publisher note: This story was previously published in the Bad… Continue reading Book Review: The Wolf and the Moon, by Kayla Bain-Vrba

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How To: Create A Plot Outline In 8 Easy Steps

Reblogged from: How to Write A Book Now ~ How To Create A Plot Outline In 8 Easy Steps* By Glen C. Strathy How would you like to create a plot outline for your novel in less than an hour  that is emotionally compelling and dramatically sound? It’s easier than you think. The secret is… Continue reading How To: Create A Plot Outline In 8 Easy Steps

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Book Review: Sever Your Spine, by Jasper Black

Jasper Black is the author of the Gentleman Demon series. He attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and studied English as well as Classical Civilizations, but he did not graduate when he realized he could indulge in both of those subjects at home and it would cost significantly less. He also holds interest… Continue reading Book Review: Sever Your Spine, by Jasper Black

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Book Review: Warlock in Training, by T.J. Nichols

~ Angus Donohue doesn’t want to be a warlock. He believes draining demons for magic is evil, but it’s a dangerous opinion to have—his father is a powerful and well-connected warlock, and Angus is expected to follow the family tradition. His only way out is to fail the demon summoning class. Failure means expulsion from… Continue reading Book Review: Warlock in Training, by T.J. Nichols

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Reblog: 22 Times The Dedication Page Was The Best Part Of The Book

Reblogged from: Distractify ~ BY BETH BUCZYNSKI NOVEMBER 14, 2015 7:18 AM Unless you’re a very particular type of book-lover, you’ve probably never stopped to read a dedication page. Sandwiched between the copyright page and the first page of chapter one, it’s often overlooked in our haste to dive into a new book. Depending on the author,… Continue reading Reblog: 22 Times The Dedication Page Was The Best Part Of The Book