February 17 Round Robin–Description

Topic for February: Description. What is your saturation point? What is not enough? How do you decide what to include and when to hold back to allow the reader to fill in the blanks? Do you ever skim description when reading a book? If so, what description are you...

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Love is in the Air blog tour–Day 7–Patricia Middleton

Poetic Praise: For Seasons of Singleness   Genre: Inspirational Poetry Blurb: During the intermediate years of my singleness journey I discovered the humanity of the Psalms. One study states that over 40% of the recorded Psalms are laments (songs expressing...

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Love is in the Air Blog Tour–Day 6–Felicia Middleton

Metamorphosis by Felicia Middleton Genre                      Poetry – Inspirational and Spiritual Blurb                        During many times in our lives we undergo change. A metamorphosis is “a change of physical form, structure or substance, especially by...

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Love is in the Air blog tour–Day 5–Cassandra Ulrich

A Love Gift A Poetical Compilation Blurb A collection of poems about love in various forms. Excerpt LOVE AND A FLOWER My love for you is as a bud ready to bloom in fullness of our radiant friendship. Never have I known such beauty as that which we now possess. Tell me...

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Love is in the Air–Day 4–Karen Kelly Boyce

“In the Midst of Wolves” Christian Romance Which twin is good? Which is evil? Will Skylar discern the answer before it’s too late? Should she listen to her heart or remain loyal to her childhood friend? How do the pure-hearted deal with those whose intentions are not...

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Love is in the Air–Day 3–Sherrie Wilkins

Selah, Stop and Think Are We Lovin’ or Naw? Jesus WILL manifest or show Himself to us if we will slow down and DE-funk. In other words get out of our emotions. We already know that WE, women are some of the most emotional creatures known to MAN. When I say emotions...

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Love is in the Air Blog Tour–Day 2–Kyra Dune

BONDED A Dual Realm Novel Paranormal Romance   Blurb A man running from his past. Desperate to escape the person he once was, Trey is constantly on the move. All he wants is to go home, only he can’t do that unless he can find a way to atone for the sins of his...

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Love is in the Air–Day 1

The Whispering House Science Fiction Romance/Horror/Paranormal Blurb: After her mother’s death, Eleanor Radcliffe retires from her job in San Jose and escapes to a small place outside of Fresno to heal. But her new home hides a secret. A secret that could claim her...

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Round Robin–The Writing Bug

The Writing Bug Round Robin topic for January: Everybody wants to write a book, but most do not. Writing is hard work. When did the writing bug bite you, and what helps you get through a complete story? Hm… Writing, creating a world and characters, even when the world...

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A Bad Review–How to Survive

Yesterday, I received a less than stellar review for my book The Whispering House. It was 3 stars, which isn't a bad review, per se. Having some critical reviews can be helpful to sales. Even if the 4 and 5 star reviews are from readers and not your friends and...

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