The Indie Showcase presents, Deborah Stansil.

Please welcome this week’s guest to the Showcase. A Day in the Life of a Writer I’d like to start by thanking Richard for having me. And then I guess I should introduce myself. I’m Debbie, an author, ghostwriter, course … Continued

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The Indie Showcase presents, Rebecca Marsh.

Please welcome this week’s guest to the Showcase. Living the dream—a new dream Like a lot of writers, I began writing when I was young—twelve-years-old. I found a lot of enjoyment in writing and I thought the stories in my … Continued

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The Indie Showcase presents, P.J. MacLayne

Please welcome the first guest of 2020 to the Showcase At the age of eighteen, thanks to the Irish Rovers, I met the unicorn that inspired my first attempt at writing a book. It was high fantasy, but of course, … Continued

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Reblogging. Sallys Café and Bookstore.

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Reblogged from Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore Writer’s Tips – Do’s and Don’ts of Novel Writing, G Christmas Book Fair – Recent #Reviews – #Romance Jacquie Biggar, #Stories Mary Smith, #Thriller Stevie Turner Some great book ideas from a fantastic blog.  6,634 total … Continued

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The Indie Showcase presents, Emily Moore

Please welcome this week’s guest, the last of 2019. Creating Awe in Two Middle Grade Genres Within the broad range of children’s literature, writing middle grade claims my heart. The writers digest definition of middle grade includes age of characters … Continued

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