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Book Talk…11/29/18 More About What I’m Reading Traci Kenworth I wrote about some of the books I was reading last week. I’ve added to the pile: Maeve Grayson’s Katie’s Highlander, Roald Dahl’s Book of Ghosts, Gemma Files’s Experimental Film, Joyce Meyer’s Beauty for Ashes, Writing Irresistible Kidlit by Mary Kole, The Breakout Novel by […]
Writerly Things…11/26/18 Five Signs that May Tell You You’re a Writer Traci Kenworth You Write! This one’s a no brainer. However, you actually have to spend time writing, no pretend! What do I mean by that? Well, it’s when you spend all your energy talking about writing but not the actual doing. Plant yourself […]
Book Talk…11/15/18 Too Blessed to be Stressed for Mothers by Debra M. Coty Traci Kenworth Too Blessed to be Stressed for Mothers by Debra M. Coty. Sept. 1, 2018 Shiloh Run Books. Christian. Amazon’s blurb: Do you feel like you’re drowning in the everyday stress-pool? . . . Wish you could make busy-ness […]
Reading Links…6/19/18 Traci Kenworth Fantasy/Dystopian/UF/Paranormal/SF: https://audreydriscoll.com/2018/06/15/free-on-kindle-hunting-the-phoenix-book-4-of-the-herbert-west-series/ Journalist Alma Halsey chases the story of a lifetime to Providence, Rhode Island and finds more than she expected – an old lover, Charles Milburn, and an old adversary, renegade physician Herbert West, living under the name Francis Dexter. Fire throws her into proximity with them both, rekindling […]
Writing Links…6/18/18 Traci Kenworth Fantasy/Dystopian/UF/Paranormal/SF: https://mythcreants.com/blog/lessons-from-the-rambling-writing-of-handbook-for-mortals/ “Last year, Handbook for Mortals by Lani Sarem cheated its way to the top of the New York Times YA bestseller list. It wasn’t #1 for long, though. Observers quickly noticed how strange it was that a book no one had heard of by a brand new publisher […]
Reading Links…6/12/18 Traci Kenworth Fantasy/Dystopian/UF/Paranormal/SF: https://teagansbooks.com/2018/06/09/its-about-time-with-don/ That’s where the idea of using some form of time travel emerged. It was a difficult decision because I’ve spent the past several books identifying with readers as a crime fiction author. I did publish a collection of short stories in my anthology, Random Tales,that had some science fiction/paranormal […]