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The Pamlico Writers
Pamlico Writers Group and Beaufort County Arts Council/Art of the Pamlico, sponsors of the annual Pamlico Writers Conference
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Courtney Milan 🦖 Nov 23
Uh.... How am I on this list right next to Megan Thee Stallion?
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M.E. Browning Nov 16
Writers make all kinds of goals for themselves: daily word counts, book sales, bestseller lists. Today, I opened the Winter 2020 edition of and saw the cover of my book SHADOW RIDGE. Mission accomplished!
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Nina Romano Nov 18
A pleasure! 🌸🥀🌸🥀🌸🥀
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🌈Kianna Alexander is Edifying Her Ancestors 🌈 Nov 2
This will be Montlake's very first black queer romance. I don't take that lightly. It represents so much for me personally, but I also know how epic it is for the communities I represent. As the Ancestors have placed this purpose on my life, so will I pursue it.
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Sherri L. Hollister Oct 24
Tar and Jenna’s second chance is thwarted when someone steals their son from a Halloween party!
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Sherri L. Hollister Oct 27
My pre-interview selfie. I have butterflies in my stomach and fluff in my head, I hope I don’t embarrass myself! Wish me luck. It’s a first for both of us, a YouTube interview. I’m used to being on the other side.
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Sherri L. Hollister Oct 25
Check out White Gold the 2nd novel in series. It's only 99 cents until the end of the month through Bookfunnel.
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K.M. Weiland Oct 27
The Midpoint as the Swivel Point of Your Story's Linked Structure
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K.M. Weiland Oct 27
What to Do When Your Writing Goals Seem a Long Way Off by
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K.M. Weiland 21 Jun 17
Discover how to create powerful stories via powerful character arcs!
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Val Penny Oct 13
Hunter by name – Hunter by nature: DI Hunter Wilson will not rest until his friend’s death is avenged.
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Nina Romano Oct 26
Doesn’t a beautifully- rendered want to make you better?! It surely inspires me to pen 🖊 stunning fiction—trying hard is half the battle—success is the constancy of revision!
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Tony Riches 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Oct 5
Tudors and Other Histories Book review: Drake: Tudor Corsair (Book 1 of the Elizabethan Series) "Tony Riches has given us a Francis Drake that is the closest thing readers will get to the real historical figure."
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RebeccaKightlinger Oct 27
New review of The Lady of the Cliffs
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Stacie Tyson Oct 27
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Nina Romano Oct 23
The Girl Who Loved Cayo Bradley Nina Romano ✨“... a lush, complex, historically compelling tale, both spare & sensual in setting & emotions.”✨
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NC Literary Map Oct 23
Question: Do you buy multiple copies of the same beloved book over the years just because? I have quite a few copies of Anne of Green Gables, but this is my favorite cover.
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NC Literary Map Oct 24
What lovely news!
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NC Literary Map Oct 25
I just sent some goodies from to a friend who was having a hard week. As I was scrolling, it occurred to me how much I love illustrations that depict readers. I love these prints and hope they make you feel cozy on this rainy Sunday here in North Carolina.
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NC Literary Map Oct 26
A few weeks ago I interviewed Samantha and Shawn Smith, owners of @sugarislandnc, a bookstore AND bakery in Surf City, NC. They were a delight and so much fun to chat with. 🍰📚🌴
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