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Irene Davis, Romance MFA 📝♥️ Jun 18
Falcons! Sheiks! Weed! Cut out of the will to follow your heart! Trailblazing female entrepreneur! Supportive husband! There's really no need for or rewriting Twilight as 50SOG when there are stories like this out there, just waiting.
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Nicola Armstrong Feb 21
We’ve had romance authors and recipes...now it’s landscape design
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Jeaniene Frost Feb 25
Imo, another casualty of authors using ghostwriters instead of writing their own books is reader expectation of how long it takes to write a book. Just had a reader tell me that publishing "several books a month" is totally doable if an author writes full-time.
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Elizabeth Roderick (any pronouns ok) Jun 24
Replying to @ChuckWendig
Ugh gawd. This is the BS that spawns phenomena like
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Susan H. Stanley Feb 21
On one hand, is using ghostwriters to outsource her only job, but another part of me thinks, hey, I have talent but no recognition; if someone with recognition but no talent wanted to pay me as a ghostwriter, should I take them up on that?
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Shiloh Walker Apr 24
Looks like hit the big times! Just... not the way she wanted.
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Hope Nguyen Apr 16
I hardly follow outside my circle. I came across today and I was gobsmacked at this lady. How on earth did she getaway with stealing so many works???
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Christi Caldwell Apr 17
Romancelandia, help please. Cristiane Serruya stole many passages from my book A Season of Hope and used them in her Frankencopy Damaged Love: Shades of Love. I'm trying to get a copy of the file but haven't been able to find the mobi/epub files.
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Claire Ryan May 2
Aaaaaaand it looks like all of 's books have been pulled from the internet. Lawyers, people. They're surprisingly effective.
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Stacey Donovan Feb 20
Our Hallmark novel THE CHRISTMAS COMPANY by , recently optioned for a Hallmark Christmas movie, was blatantly and extensively plagiarized by Cristiane Serruya to produce her book Hot Winter.
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Lisa Clark O'Neill Feb 26
Okay , after the and mess this week, I think we need to pull together. Have a legitimate writer friend whose work you admire and wish to recommend? Please post a link here. I’m going to buy a few to get some positive support started.
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Lᴜɴᴀ Kᴀʏɴᴇ Feb 21
What a week, Twitter! I can’t believe I need to say this. I write all of my own stories/prose. Luna Kayne is my pen name. I write under a pseudonym bc it’s important to me that my kids are protected until they can protect themselves and I will die on this hill.
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Coralie Moss Feb 23
More from Nora Roberts 👑 re:
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Laura Reeth Apr 30
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Susannah Nix ✨ Feb 25
I'm tired of all the conversations since about how fast an author should or should not be able to write to be "good" and/or "legitimate." Everyone's brain is different. Your personal experience and limitations belong only to you. Don't project them onto others.
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Christi Caldwell Apr 18
Thank you to everyone for your help trying to find the file Cris Serruya ripped off from me. I have been able to take screen grabs from the Kindle app on my phone with the areas she plagiarized and then lay it side by side against my book.
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Los Angeles Times Feb 20
On Twitter, Courtney Milan and other authors and readers began posting passages from Cristiane Serruya's work that appeared to be lifted from other sources, sometimes using the hashtag .
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Scarlett Parrish Feb 26
So now we're caring about and identical cover design and author name font when it happens to historical romance authors, but screw and her lived experience, huh?
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KA Tucker Feb 21
I spent many weeks last fall with debilitating knots in my forearms that caused both shooting pain in my wrists and numbness in my fingers. And you know why that happened? Because I WRITE MY OWN BOOKS.
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Cora Carmack 🌪 RAGE releases Aug 27th! ⛈ Feb 22
So let's have a talk about . I'm seeing a lot of talk about them in light of the mess, and for many readers it's a shocking discovery. I'm also seeing legitimate ghost writers get some flack they don't deserve.
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