Is There Bias Against Unknown Authors When it Comes to Advertising?

 Image credit: Google Let me preface my post by first stating that I think that the concept of Goodreads is an excellent one–to bring readers and authors together. To that, I have no dispute. And I know, it’s free to join. I recently published by second novel, The Love Labyrinth. I’ve been a member of Goodreads … Continue reading "Is There Bias Against Unknown Authors When it Comes to Advertising?"

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An Excerpt from The Love Labyrinth©

Image Credit: Pixels*        “Come here, Rodney,” Wayne called. “Let me get to that head of yours.”      “While you’re doing that, I think I’ll go to the post office and get some stamps,” Noelle said, going to the hall closet to get her coat.      Wayne peeked his head out of the kitchen. … Continue reading "An Excerpt from The Love Labyrinth©"

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My Interview with VaLerie Irene, Author of the Children’s Book, Raffi and Friends – The Lunch Box Mystery

Tell us a little about yourself. I grew up in Washington, DC and am the youngest of five siblings. I am a Federal government employee by day, with over 32 years under my belt. I love to read and am thankful that the e-book came about (to contain my book collection) although I still buy plenty of physical … Continue reading "My Interview with VaLerie Irene, Author of the Children’s Book, Raffi and Friends – The Lunch Box Mystery"

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Say “Cheese!”

This is my contribution to the Flash Fiction Challenge I read on Nortina’ s Lovely Curses blog, http://lovelycurses.com/2016/03/30/the-moor/.  Unfortunately, I can never figure that frog link out but here it is.   C’mon! “Why do you want to do somethin’ stupid like that? ” “It’s not stupid.” Donnie cackled. “It’s funny!” Hank didn’t even bother … Continue reading "Say “Cheese!”"

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