• Clean Pirate Romance

    Book Review: The Last Broken Promise by Grace Walton

    Genre: Pirate Romance You’ll like this if you like: Inner Turmoil, Conflict between Hero and Heroine, Feisty Heroines, Darkly Handsome Heroes, or a Lovely Romance.… { keep reading }

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    Writing Prompt: A Nightmare

    Read the writing prompt rules OR Participate in more writing prompts! Write the next part of the story, using the prompt. Writing Prompt: If you… { keep reading }

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    Shining in Servitude

    “And whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted.” Matthew 23:12 Lately—and I’m ashamed to admit this—I’ve been struggling… { keep reading }

  • Finding Contentment in a Culture of Comparison

    Book Review: I’m Happy For You (Sort Of… Not Really) by Kay Wills Wyma

    Genre: Self-Help You’ll like this if you like: Contentment, Not Struggling with Comparison, Being Happy for the Successes of Others, Selflessness, Improving Yourself, and Success.… { keep reading }

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    Poll: Favorite Classic Author

    Which of the following is your favorite classic author? And what’s your all-time favorite classic author? Which of the following is your favorite classic author?… { keep reading }

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    Chapter Titles—Use Them or Toss Them?

    While writing my current manuscript, I came across a problem: Should I use chapter titles or simply number them? A quick search through my bookshelf… { keep reading }

  • Clean Historical Romance

    Book Review: Lady At Arms: A Medieval Romance by Tamara Leigh

    Genre: Clean Historical Romance You’ll like this if you like: (Awesome) Romance, Historical, Medieval, Gruff, yet Lovable Heroes, or a Feisty, yet Feminine Heroine. Cleanliness:… { keep reading }

  • You don't need a weapon. You were born one. Purple background.

    Writing Prompt: Born Weapon

    Read the writing prompt rules OR Participate in more writing prompts!   Write the next part of the story. Writing Prompt: You don’t need a… { keep reading }

  • Identity and finding who you are black and white fingerprint

    Who Am I?

    Here’s an exercise: Think of someone, anyone. More than likely, you recalled an image of them in your mind. Though the first thing we recall… { keep reading }

  • The Reckoning

    Book Review: The Reckoning by Mary Lu Tyndall

    Genre and Audience: Pirate Romance for NA (New Adult) You’ll like this if you like: Adventure on the High Seas, Time Travel, Bad Boy Turns… { keep reading }

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