About Dyane Forde Online

Forde’s love of writing began with an early interest in reading and of words in general. She writes short stories, novels, flash fiction, poetry, and she blogs. Dropped Pebbles is Forde's usual writing blog. It features her stories, the supernatural fantasy trilogy, Rise of the Papilion, as well as writing tips and author promotional opportunities. Visit at: www.droppedpebbles.wordpress.com. Under the pseudonym 'Delia Talent', Forde also hosts the Christian Creative Nexus, where Christian Creatives go to promote their work and find support in the pursuit of their God-given creative calling. Visit at: www.deliatalent.wordpress.com. OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS at both blogs.

Repost: The Literary Agent: How Does This Work? by Dan Balow

Excellent post for anyone needing information on an agent’s role and why they are important.

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The 1,000-year-old Boy

Check out my Goodreads micro-review of: The 1,000-year-old Boy http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/35958734-the-1-000-year-old-boy

My Movie Review: The Dark Tower |

I was asked to write another movie review for noirnerds.com. I chose to do it on The Dark Tower. I’d recently seen it so it was pretty fresh in my mind. And, well…okay, Idris Elba is in it so, yeah, no one had to twist my arm!

Anyway, check it out! The link is below. I know it was a controversial movie for some, but leave me a *polite* message below with your thoughts on the film. 🙂

https://noirnerds.com/movie-review-the-dark-tower/

Repost: Don’t Put Everything in Your Book

I am subscribed to The Steve Laube Agency blog because  its agents often post timely, useful, and practical articles about writing and publishing. I thought this post on the writer’s platform and its relationship to an author’s books was worth sharing.

I hope you enjoy today’s post by Click heading below for article. 

Don’t Put Everything in Your Book

 

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