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Should you mention a self-published book in a query?

I read an article recently where literary agent Janet Reid basically said that self-published books are not writing credit so they shouldn’t be mentioned in a query when looking for a publisher for another book. I am not a literary agent, so you don’t have to listen to me, but I strongly disagree with her Read More

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Interview With LM Pruitt, Author of Winged

Winged Book One LM Pruitt I fell from the Talmadge Bridge the week before I turned thirty. I was given a choice: Go to Heaven. Go back to my life in Savannah. Or spend eternity fighting evil under the direction of the archangels. I chose the demons–and the angels. I chose the Winged. Available at Read More

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Book Review: Sin Eater by Pavarti K. Tyler and Jessica West

You’ve heard rumblings about it, now it’s finally here. SIN EATER by Pavarti K. Tyler and Jessica West is available now on Amazon.com. Check out my review and the giveaway at the end of this post! Episode 1.1 is FREE 9/25 & 9/26 so grab your copy NOW. After that it will be $0.99 or Read More

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Book Review: Of Ocean and Ash by A.R. Draeger

Today, I’m happy to share my review of Of Ocean and Ash by A.R. Draeger. Be sure to read to the end of the post for a chance to win a Kindle Fire HD! While I did enjoy the book and it was an easy read, there were a few weak areas. Of Ocean and Read More

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Book Review: the Anatomist’s Wife by Anna Lee Huber

The Anatomist’s Wife, the first book in the Lady Darby Mystery Series by Anna Lee Huber, is a quick-paced mystery series set in Scotland. I enjoyed this first book and plan to read the rest of the series. First, a little about the book: Scotland, 1830. Following the death of her husband, Lady Darby has Read More

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Book Review: Farewell to Prague by Miriam Darvas

Had I read Farewell to Prague by Miriam Darvas even two weeks ago, it might not have resonated with me as much as it did. Even though WWII ended 70 years ago, the plight of refugees is just as relevant today. Farewell to Prague’s description is as follows: Farewell to Prague is a memoir set against Read More

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Book Review: No Comfort for the Lost by Nancy Herriman

On Monday, Nancy Herriman, the author of No Comfort for the Lost, did an author interview with me. I am very grateful that she stopped by! Be sure to check out what she had to say.  I recently checked out the first book in Nancy Herriman’s new mystery series set in old San Francisco, No Comfort for the Read More