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Star ratings have been around for as long as I can remember...and that's a pretty long time. I've always believed anything from three stars and up is wonderful. However, those stars don't mean nearly as much as what the reader has to say about your book or rather, their written review. There is so much … Continue reading Book Ratings – When Over 18 Isn’t Quite Enough #Reviews Matter
My beautiful map of Port Royal and Kingston Jamaica, for my soon to be new writing room, "Peggy's Cove." This map is dated 1772. Of course it isn't the original but it's beautiful. Check out a little history on the tragic Earthquake that destroyed a great deal of Port Royal in 1692. I chose … Continue reading My Beautiful Map of Port Royal and Kingston Jamaica
What's the point of being a storyteller if we can't share it? As much as I, like most of you, write what I want to read, I often read the same books that many of you read, watch the same movies and television shows and follow the same blogs. That's more than enough to show … Continue reading Telling A Story My Way But Writing It For You
I feel like sharing today, so here's a treat from deep inside of my soon to be released third novel - The Blue Diamond - The Razor's Edge. Maddox Carbonale is a very complex and multi-layered man. He is protective of himself on every level but his best friend and quartermaster, Alphonse Green knows him … Continue reading A Sneak Peek From Somewhere Deep Inside Le Chat Noir – The Blue Diamond – The Razor’s Edge
I often blog about finding readers. Tonight, although in a bit of a pizza coma--overdid it just a pinch--I started reading back over a synopsis I was working on and decided it's a little difficult to generate interest in a novel without at least letting readers in on what they're getting for their time and … Continue reading How Readers Talk to Each Other – VS – A Synopsis