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Edmark’s having a blog party! Stop by Learn Fun Facts and check out new blogs and join in the fun! 😉👍
This is another edition of fLearnFun Facts’Blog Party. If you want to promote your blog or post, this is a great place to do so. The blogging community here is friendly and supportive so don’t be shy to join in.
Also, to those of you who had joined in the previous blog party, feel free to leave your links here again.
Growing a blog isn’t simple. It takes time, patience, and dedication before others would begin to notice your blog. While I can’t offer you a magic formula that would increase your blog’s popularity overnight, I can at least help you to promote your blog and find new readers.
Here’s what you’ll need to do:
Share a link to your blog (or blog post) that you want to promote in the comments section. To attract more attention, you may include a short and creative description of your blog.
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Well? Have you met the cast? Hurry! Release Day is fast approaching! 😉😉
March 21, 2018, is release day for the new L.S. Fellows mystery novel, Casualty of Court, and the clever author has provided readers a unique, enjoyable way to get a peek inside the upcoming courtroom drama with some twists.
The story is told by — and from the POV of — four principal characters. So, rather than just read a snippet from Casualty of Court, why not take a peek at Meet the Cast? This shorty links the prequel to the bigger story and offers an insight into what each character wants from the upcoming trial.
He will not break me.
It’s been eight months, eight long months since Jorge—or as he is really known, Stefan Pereira—tried to drown me.
At last, it’s time to see him get what he deserves. But, it also means I have to go back to Portugal too. Don’t get me…
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Writers, you’ll definitely want to check out this post AND save the link! 😉
A good story is far more than a recounting of he said, and she said. It’s more than the action and events that form the arc of the story. A good story is all that, but without good subtext, the story never achieves its true potential.
Within our characters, underneath their dialogue, lurks conflict, anger, rivalry, desire, or pride. Joy, pleasure, fear–as the author, we know those emotions are there, but conveying them without beating the reader over the head is where artistry comes into play. The subtext is the hidden story, the hints and allegations; the secret reasoning. It is the content that supports the dialogue and gives private purpose to the personal events.
These are implicit ideas and emotions. These thoughts and feelings may or may not be verbalized, as subtext is most often shown as the unspoken thoughts and motives of characters — what they really…
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Lynne has such fun posts! Check it out! 😉
After the Golden Globes, the BAFTAs, the NTAs and now the Oscars, it seems only appropriate to give some recognition to another form of entertainment: READING!
So, here’s my nod to Award Season, with my own specially-crafted statue:
BOOK LOVER’S UNION: RECOMMENDED BOOKS STACK
or the BLU:RBS, as I affectionately call it 😉
Now, before anyone takes this at all seriously, it’s a fun post designed to show off my books and those of my author buddies. No nominations or voting took place. It’s just for laughs 🙂
Let’s get started:
The BLU:RB statuette for best cover goes to: FORBIDDEN COLOURS
What if your memories were not your memories? What if the drug hailed as a cure became a curse and ultimately your destruction?
Midori Yates works for pharmaceutical giant KLD. The launch of new drug Centoria has revolutionised the treatment of amnesia, with outstanding results. Trials exploring its use…
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Great thought-provoking post for anyone who downloads ebooks! 😉
Picture this – you see a book you’ve had your eye on for a while is suddenly “FREE” for a limited time.
Do you snap it up, keen to get your mitts on it, and pat yourself on the back for nabbing a bargain?
Assuming it lives up to your expectations – which, naturally, are extremely high – would you then one-click another by the same author? Even if it involves spending a few pennies?
In answer to all the above, I’d say YES each time. One can never have too many good books, can one?
Do they work?
If something is permanently free, do you still attach the same value to it as something that is only free for a…
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Guest Post: Reading Outside Your Identity and Why it Really Matters by @Natasha_Lane1 #guestpost #diversebooks #discussion #tuesdayblogs #diversity
Excellent guest post on reading diversity and identity – you should stop by! 😉👍
Reading outside our own identity… A topic that’s sure to ruffle a few feathers but is so important nonetheless! Here’s what Natasha has to say about it.
Some of you saw this title and immediately clicked. Others saw this blog title, rolled their eyes and prepared for the usual.
Well, before you knock this post off as another rant about needing more characters of color (actually we need more authors, too) and the necessity of diversity, give me a minute and let me explain some things to you. Maybe it’ll change your mind about the own voices movement or get you to read an author who looks/believes differently than you.
Okay, to kick things off, I need to let you know I have an issue with the word identity.
Too often in America, when we talk about identity or diversity we limit our thinking to only race, specifically black and…
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