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Savage Journey 4.5 Star Read by Blogger Long and Short Reviews

“Aptly named, Savage Journey follows the life struggles of a small group set in the mid 1600s on the American continent. This drama is a serious novel of life; there’s romance there, of course, but also a certain grim hardiness, … Continue reading

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Seeking The Original American Way

Seeking The Original American Way.

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Seeking The Original American Way

Original Native American Philosophy is why this Country Worked for Eons I am a romance author and although I try to keep my tales both light-hearted and positive at the core, my research often puts me in a melancholy state of mind. … Continue reading

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Historical Fiction’s New Leading Man… Nicholas Belline, Coeur de Bois

The French-Canadian adventurer, explorer, and trapper makes his mark on a wide, frontier land… and it’s Native inhabitants. My latest hero is my favorite… hands down folks, no regrets, sorry to the others I have left behind, but..I simply cannot help … Continue reading

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Sidekicks, Accomplices, and Oddballs – An Author’s Guide to Creating Superb Supporting Characters

The birth of a unique side character is probably the most enjoyable aspect to creative storytelling, in Jessica Leigh’s opinion. Many new writers are caught up – and rightly so – in the intricate development of the hero and heroine, … Continue reading

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A Romance Writer’s Tip That You Would Never Think Of

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We all know the importance of having someone else objectively beta-read and critique your work. Unfortunately, it is particularly hard for small Indie authors to accomplish without a fan club, or a bff literary wizard, or even a mom … Continue reading

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The Power of a Haunting Setting: Waiting for Eden and Savage Forest

I am in love with a place.  There is no other way to put it, really. Love produces a physical response: an increase in pulse rate, a swell of feeling within, a dreamy essence to your thoughts, and a desire to … Continue reading

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