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A review of Full Black: A Thriller by Brad Thor (Pocket Books/Atria) -
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REVIEW: CHARLIE BONE AND THE TIME TWISTER
IMM PART I of II for this week!
Today's Virtual Book Event: Author Guest Post by Anita Hughes, author of Monarch Beach. Anita shares with us who her writing mentor was, her beloved mom!
Today's Virtual Book Tour Event: Author Guest Post by Joshua Graham, author of Darkroom. Joshua shares with us how the life of a writer is ever changing!
It seems nothing is guaranteed to start a debate among readers and authors more than the issue of whether a book ought to have a prologue. Does a prologue serve any useful purpose or is it a lazy way of starting into a story?
It appears the jury is still out on this one. Not too long ago, if you are to believe a lot of things written on the subject, the book industry’s top-hitters, namely publishers and agents, were set against the whole concept of prologues. For some reason their minds are changing – and I can see why.
Prologues work best when an author uses them as a platform from which to launch his/her subsequent story. In almost all cases they should be detached in time from the story about to unfold – a means to provide a teasing event, the significance of which will only become clear as the main story unfolds. SEE MORE AT: http://joemccoubrey.com/2012/06/18/to-prologue-or-not-to-prologue-t...
My review of "A World Away" by Nancy Grossman. It was great! Definitely one of my favorite books I've read this year.
Check out a new guest post written by a professional nanny: Five Ways of Getting Kids to Read the Classics
My Book Boyfriend:
To check it out,here's the link: http://perrytheplatypus1102-3daydreamer3.blogspot.com/2012/06/my-bo...
Waiting on Wednesdays:The Third Wheel(Diary of a Wimpy Kid Seven)