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Never Send an Angel – Updated!

I’m thrilled to announce the re-release of my supernatural short, Never Send an Angel.

Updated content, an exciting new cover, and a sneak peek at my upcoming Young Adult Adventure, Eyes of the Hunter.

 

Never send an angel to do a mother’s job.

When someone threatens her child’s safety, this mother will call down the powers of Light and step into the Shadow to make a child killer pay.

FriendDay Wednesday: Frogburps

This week’s #FriendDayWednesday‬ promotion is the unique partnership of author Patrick S. Stemp and artist Anita Soelver at Frogburps. This talented team has free colouring pages and short story pages, as well as videos, and children’s books.

You can grab a free copy of their adorable ebook “The New Cat” by signing up for their newsletter on their website.

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* Say “Hello!” to Patrick and Anita on their FaceBook Page;
* Check out their awesome videos on YouTube; and
* Follow them on Twitter.

 

7 Ways to Support a Writer (That Won’t Cost You a Cent)

Whether you’re a fan, friend, or family member, there are several cost-free things you can do to support the writer in your life and it will still mean a lot to them (and their success).

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Whether you’re a fan, friend, or family member, the obvious way to support the writer in your life is to buy their book(s), if they’ve written any. Think of it as an investment in your relationship with them and in their future. When you buy a book, you are literally helping that writer pay their bills and buy food.

A writer spends months – even years – writing, editing, formatting, re-editing … All of that to create one tiny book that will most likely get lost in the sea of other books written by other authors. It’s a gamble a writer takes; time invested vs. potential income. It often takes a few rolls of the dice – several books – before an author’s name starts to get noticed. Even if a writer is producing articles, short stories, or other written material, those are often overlooked, the pay is usually low, and the reward is, well … It’s like beauty; it’s in the eye of the beholder.

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Tired of this Trend? Me, too!

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I’m seeing a trend in eBooks that I really don’t like. A few weeks ago, I came across an eBook that looked interesting and downloaded it. It looked professional and was easy to read. The eBook was informative for about 3 paragraphs. Then, the author included a link. Curious, I clicked the link and was taken away from the eBook to a website with an extremely lengthy article on the topic I was just reading about.

Instead of actually writing out the information in the book, this “author” just stuck a link in their eBook. What the hell???

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