Tag: Writing

Kindle September 11, 2018

The Passive Voice: Home About Comments Contact Privacy Social Networks National Geographic “Iceberg” Photo, Amazon is stuffing its search results pages with ads, Crypto – A Bitcoin Horror Film and more ->
49 Writers Blog Andromeda Romano-Lax: Are you on an agent hunt or an agent “glimpse”?

Kindle September 07, 2018

The Passive Voice: Understand the Contracts You Sign, The buying of more books, Five Young Women With Prize-Winning Book Collections, Waterstones buying Foyles isn’t necessarily a bad thing – at least it’s not Sports Direct, Waterstones is Buying Foyles, The working-class kid who became a writer: how a Kansas teacher helped change my life , Photographers, Don’t Think You Need to Register Your Copyrights? Think Again… and Universal Music Settling Big Class Action Lawsuit Over Digital Royalties
By BN Editors: This Is the Day Author Tim Tebow Shares His Reading Recommendations
By Gail Carrier: How to Request A Book at Your Library! (Important for Authors)
Michael Connelly News
The Caffeinated Reviewer: The Rehearsal Dinner & The Reception by J. R. Ward
The Rehearsal Dinner and The Reception are part of The Wedding From Hell trilogy by J.R. Ward. They are FREE digital stories and prequels to Consumed, the first full-length novel in J. R. Ward’s Firefighters, romantic suspense series available October 9th. I love that the author and Simon & Schuster gave us insight into these firefighters, the crew and town.

Kindle September 05, 2018

By Josh Jones: Why You Should Read One Hundred Years of Solitude: An Animated Video Makes the Case
By Josh Jones: Margaret Atwood Offers a New Online Class on Creative Writing
By Matt Grant: Susan Shapiro’s The Byline Bible

Kindle September 03, 2018

By Zach Brooke: A history professor is haunted by a dark past in Walter Mosley’s John Woman
InDtale Magazine: September 2018
The Passive Voice: Making fantasy reality: Alan Lee, the man who redrew Middle-earth, 9 Pieces of Bad Publishing Advice New Writers Should Ignore and more ->
That’s What She Read: It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? – 3 September 2018
Scandalicious: New Release Shelf For The Week Ending September 7, 2018

Kindle September 01, 2018

Christopher Valen Probable Cause
By Bob Mayer: A NEW YEAR; A NEW LIFE . Part 4.
By Ben Macintyre: The double agent who changed the course of history
A double agent for MI6, Oleg Gordievsky helped avert a nuclear confrontation and bring about the end of the Cold War. Author and historian Ben Macintyre reveals this incredible story of treachery and betrayal.

Kindle August 29, 2018


By Emily Harstone: 40 Writers’ “Rules for Writing”
By Colin Marshall: The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction: 17,500 Entries on All Things Sci-Fi Are Now Free Online
By Joe Fassler: The Powerful Practice of Writing by Hand The author Laura van den Berg on what inspired her newest novel, The Third Hotel, and how she accesses the part of the mind that fiction comes from
By Maryanne Wolf: Skim reading is the new normal. The effect on society is profound

The Passive Voice: The Unbearable Darkness of Young Adult Literature, Dictionary Editors Say This Is the Most Misused Word in the English Language and more->
Joan Reeves: Book Chat & Coffee with Vala Kaye
By Limecello: Aidee’s Mid-Year List of Books Read
*EN: Hi friends! I’ve been under the weather and just mblergh, so apologies for the delays and nothingness – but we’re trucking along and Aidee sent me those post about a month and a half ago, but I’m just getting to it now – so apologies to Aidee and the rest of you. Thank you for understanding! <3 I did not keep this list religiously, so it’s not in order, but it is complete, to the best of my knowledge and abilities. I thought I was reading slowly this year, but this list would like to differ with me on that.

Kindle August 27, 2018

Penguin Random House Staff Picks: Jenny 8/21/2018 – The Library at Mount Char By Scott Hawkins, The House at the Edge of Night By Catherine Banner and The Stars Are Fire By Anita Shreve
The Passive Voice: Poultry Feeder Litigation, Escape to the country: Melissa Harrison on leaving London behind for ‘Deep England’, Five Plagiarism Facts Students Should Know in 2018 and more ->
Chuck Wendig Terrible Minds: Why Writing A Series (Especially As A New Author) Is Really Goddamn Hard

Kindle August 13, 2018

Great photo’s!
Chuck Wendig Terrible Minds: Macro Monday Is A Crab Offering You A Quest — Will You Heed The Call?
The Passive Voice: Jenny Trout – The Big Boys’ Table and more->
A moment later, I was slapped with a reminder that these wild literary adventures aren’t for me or any other woman. Because there’s no seat for a female author at “the big boys’ table.”
Sassy Brit Alternative Reads.com: The #Monday Movie #BookTrailerSwap! #Spotlight on #Author @anita_dickason ~ Share YOUR book trailer links here #MusicMonday
John W. Howell Fiction Favorites: Views of the Neighborhood – Golf Carts

Kindle August 12, 2018

The Caffeinated Reviewer: Sunday Post #329 Song Sung Blue
Gems in the Attic: Looking for an end of summer read? Love, Forever is for you! And it’s FREE! by Jan Scarbrough

Kindle August 11, 2018

The Passive Voice: The cure, Five Best Novels About Female Friendship, Clothing Britain’s Spies during World War II and more->
The Reacher-singing-in-the-shower Report?



Book Page America’s Book Review 14 most anticipated fall romances
By Joyce Lamb: Kristan Higgins and Sarah MacLean get real about body image and weight