is this my natural hair now? Hmm.
is this my natural hair now? Hmm.
We are 18 days away from our 5th Annual Writers’ Conference & Book Expo and if you haven’t registered to take part in any of the planned book promotions, sessions, games, etc. for this event, you are really doing yourself a grand disservice.
We have 23 sessions being presented in this year’s conference and you still have time to register for them.
Today, I’m giving you a FREE sample of the quality of the sessions and information that will be presented at this year’s #WC&BE20. This session is in blog form format and I hope that the information contained within proves to be super-beneficial to you and your writing career!
Nonnie Jules, Presenter
As writers, we blog about many different things. We blog about our family and friends, how much we do (or don’t) exercise, politics, and even the food we eat. But, unless…
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Have you written that book or short story you want the whole world to know about? Are you looking for a great way to promote your creative endeavors? Perhaps you’re seeking to add some prestige to your body of work! If this sounds like you, we invite you to come on over to RAVE WRITERS – INT’L SOCIETY OF AUTHORS, otherwise known as RWISA.
At RWISA, we invite to membership only the very best writers the Indie community has to offer.
If your work is exemplary and speaks for itself, stop by the RWISA website today at RaveWriters.wordpress.com and find out how you can submit your sample of writing for consideration.
We’re an exclusive bunch but we’d love to have you join us!
NOTE: If you’re looking to improve your writing while taking another route to membership into RWISA, while you’re at the site, visit RWISA…
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We ask that you click on the author’s RWISA Profile below and visit all of her profile pages – some offering more insight into the member and others showcasing the author’s talent.
Lastly, we ask that you support this member as well as the host of this blog, by sharing this page and the author’s profile pages across all your social media platforms.
What Nonnie has to say aboutRWISA…
Nonnie has a new release coming out on February 17th and she’d love for you to check it out:
Have you written that book or short story you want the whole world to know…
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Wow!! My book “Before, Afdre, and After” is nominated again in the Goodreads Choice Awards 2018?
… Just kidding 😉
Here’s the 10th Annual Goodreads Choice Awards 2018
Vote now! 🙂
… The Awards are not sponsored by my book, Before, Afdre, and After, but check out my book anyway here:
This showcase will feature 19 talented writers, each having their own special day to be featured on multiple blogs. Please take a moment after you’ve read the author’s work, to click on the link to take you to that author’s profile page on the RWISA site. On my blog, that link will be the author’s name.
Today’s special guest: Marcha Fox
The Curse of Dead Horse Canyon
Charlie Whitehorse caressed the soft texture of the wool blanket as he gathered its folds around himself against the evening chill. He savored it’s earthy scent, unlocking an onslaught of memories. This wasn’t just any blanket. Over three decades before, he’d watched his ama’sa’ni create this one from scratch…
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Welcome to our tour! Each day this month I’ll feature a writing sample from some of the incredible authors who are members of this elite writing group. To learn more about them and their work, follow the link at the bottom of the page. Today’s featured author is Laura Libricz.
From the Overlord’s house came a quiet but vicious argument. I walked past the stately, tiered structure, decorated with wooden carvings. The other houses circling the town square stood quietly: the midwife’s red wooden house built up on stilts; the ironworkers’ blue housing complex and their adjoining workshop also built on stilts; the dark-brown community building, windows tightly shuttered.
I set my basket down in the middle of the square. The fountain marking the village center bubbled behind me as a mouse scurried around its stone base. The door of the Overlord’s house slammed…
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