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Terry Tyler 12h
Brilliant. knows her stuff. Yes, we do judge a book by its cover
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Bev Bouwer 17h
All the Beautiful Lies by Peter Swanson. 5*. Here's my . If you, like me, can't get enough of dark and twisty books at the moment - this may reach that itchy spot.
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Kate is NOT checking her email again 22h
The lovely shares her "first words to published author" journey on the blog today. Insightful!
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Women Writers 15h
Two Truths And A Lie: What I’ve Learned Going From Small Press To A Big Publisher.
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Jade St Clair 16h
“Let all of life be there in the book”. 5/5 stars for BOOK OF COLOURS by . Fascinating novel about the bookmakers of London.
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Women Writers 17h
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Ruth Daly 11h
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carol hedges Aug 14
Why The Telegraph is talking out of its ignorant backside! ~ Tudor Style
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Colleen M. Story 9h
Why Writers Need Confidence—5 Ways to Boost Yours.
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Kate Vane Aug 8
A grim view of women? My review of domestic thriller You Were Made for This by Michelle Sacks
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Cee Arr - Be What Tomorrow Needs 12h
New Blogpost: Review Time! - Learning Curves by Ceillie Simkiss
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Anne Janzer Aug 8
National Book Lover's Day is tomorrow - what are you doing? Me? I'm publishing a book on being a better writer
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Nan S Pokerwinski 9h
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Victoria Griffin 49s
Yes, I am proud of my name.
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Still Here 37m
“I put her aside while I was writing. It was the only way I could be honest in how I presented my past.” Writing about the people in our lives...
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Megan Cutler 42m
It's finally time to tell Aphrodite's story! Check out my research here:
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Megan Cutler 2h
Shivering with both anticipation and dread, the faun descended the staircase in search of something she could use to change her fate:
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Sandra Danby 2h
A poem to read in the bath: 'After a Row' by
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Rachel Poli 3h
Supporting Characters in Novels Need Love Too -
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Victoria Griffin 6h
Respect your tools. Respect the process. Respect your value as a writer.
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