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Light at the End of the Tunnel

Well, it’s done. The last scene needed to complete the manuscript for book three of my Papilion Trilogy, Berserker, is done. All that’s left to do it to blend the snippets into the main story, to diligently consider the beta readers’ feedback I … Continue reading

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Re-Wired – by Greg Dragon (featuring Dyane Forde) for One Breath Books

I interviewed Ned Hayes, author of Sinful Folk, a while back. Months later, I got an email from him with a very interesting offer:  Would I like to contribute to “A book podcast with very quick reviews of books. One Breath … Continue reading

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Crossroads and a New Direction

Sometimes we come to a crossroads in our lives where we have to make a choice and/or change direction. For the last little while, those of you who follow my blog might have noticed a sharp decrease in the number … Continue reading

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Author Feature: Maggie Tideswell, Paranormal Romance Author

Please welcome Maggie Tideswell, paranormal romance author, to Dropped Pebbles! Today she stops by to share on a subject that’s close to her heart, a piece she entitled…  I love the paranormal romance genre!  Let’s face it, love really is … Continue reading

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Author Interview with Psychological Thriller Author Maggie James

I’m so happy to present today’s interviewee, psychological thriller author Maggie James. Stick around and meet this talented author! It’s great to have you with us, Maggie James. Can you start by telling us a little about yourself? I’m a … Continue reading

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The Seven Things (About My Writing) Challenge

Recently, Ken Mooney and Lela Markham, two good author friends, tagged me in a fun and informal writing activity. The assignment: post seven things about your writing… Only seven? Okay, okay. Write, then edit and revise, right? *flexes fingers* Here … Continue reading

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Interview with Dyane Forde, Indie Author

Originally posted on aurorawatcherak:
My friend Dyane Forde visited me following her decision to end contract with her publisher. She is now fully an indie author. Check out my earlier interview with her here. ? Talk a bit about the…

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A Writing Retreat Is More Than A Creative Writing Tune-Up

A few weeks ago, you might remember that I had the equivalent of a writer’s meltdown until I made two conclusions, one of which involved meeting a certain person by the name Lise Weil. (You can read about it here). … Continue reading

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Phil Partington, Guest Blogger

Guest blogger, author, and editor Phil Partington returns to Dropped Pebbles to discuss writing effective descriptions. Check it out! Phil Partington-2.

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Book Review: Compis

Compis by Kate Copeseeley My rating: 3 of 5 stars Book Blurb: After thousands of years, male after male, finally —a female COMPIS is chosen. The peace of a nation seems secure, yet beneath the facade turmoil boils among its … Continue reading

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