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Quick Research Hack: Tips for Fiction and Nonfiction Writers

Most of the time when we do an online search on any topic, the result is a listing of thousands of websites, many of which are useless because either the site or content has no clear basis in real facts. … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal for The Phoenix Project by D.M. Cain

It’s here! Dark, gritty psychological thriller The Phoenix Project undergoes a makeover in the brand new Booktrope edition. Completely re-edited and re-designed, don’t miss this stunning cover by the talented Amalia Chitulescu.   The book will be available to buy … Continue reading

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Author Chat: Jason Greensides

First of all, come to Jason Greensides’ relaunch party if you’re reading this on September 30! It’s on Facebook and will include author takeovers, book giveaways, and lots of fun. Click here to check it out and join! We are … Continue reading

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Brain to Books Blog Tour: J.S. Burke

Fast Facts Author: J.S. Burke Genre: Young Adult Science Fantasy Book: The Dragon Dreamer of the Dragon Dreamer Series Official Site Bio:  I have worked as an artist, chemist, teacher, and as a marine biologist, studying creatures of the dark … Continue reading

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Author Chat: Susan Mills Wilson

There’s something very gripping about a book that depicts frightening real-life situations that are relevant right now. Susan Mills Wilson’s Meltdown shows two sides of the U.S. soldier coin, sides that should always be at the front of our attention. It’s even more … Continue reading

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Author Chat: Ben Starling

Author Ben Starling’s upcoming romance book includes something for everyone: corporate criminals, a beautiful island, a mysterious box, the struggle between a successful career and fulfillment, and  even marine life. Ben’s novel sounds like both an epic adventure and a beautiful, … Continue reading

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‘You should write a book…’ Guest Post by Maurice G. Miller

A few months ago, I had the pleasure of being consulted on a new author’s debut book cover. We exchanged a few messages on Goodreads and ended up talking quite a bit more about writing and publishing. Maurice Miller, author … Continue reading

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Universal Harmonics: Guest Post by Josh de Lioncourt

Many authors say that their characters lead their story places they didn’t know it would go. How about a character whose entire personality changed when her author gave her a new name? Josh de Lioncourt’s guest post is an outstanding example … Continue reading

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