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Death Be Not

by Brooke Jones
September 19, 2021

I have come to the conclusion that I am either a green-eyed cat; a creature from some Galaxy far, far away… OR I’ve had an Angel living on my shoulder since the day I was born! Nothin[...]

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20 Best things Young Writers Can Learn from Stephen King’s Memoir: On Writing

by H.M. Bloomfield
September 19, 2021

20 Best things Young Writers Can Learn from Stephen King’s Memoir: On Writing  What is the secret behind the success of a literary baobab like Stephen King? What does it take to successfull[...]

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In Praise of Criticism: Albeit With Gritted Teeth

by Lin Wilder
September 18, 2021

 Quote Typographical Background, vector design. 'To avoid criticism, say nothing, do nothing, be nothing'. Chalkboard Style. In praise of criticism, albeit with gritted teeth About four or si[...]

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Dan Fesperman Speaks About Inspiration, Writing Process, and What Readers Find Interesting in His Books

by David Reyes
September 18, 2021

  You have an impressive resume that documents the work of a seasoned journalist. Can you tell us what has been life-changing in your career?  Being sent abroad by the Baltimore Sun in [...]

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A Humorous, Sardonic Letter of An Ex-Slave, Jourdan Anderson, to His Former Master

by The Book Commentary
December 21, 2020

A letter written by a freedman to his former master doesn’t just shine a powerful light on his dignity but makes a mockery of slavery and in a voice that is snarky, intelligent, and fueled by iro[...]

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6 Easy Ways To Find Your Unique Writing Voice

by Romuald Dzemo
December 11, 2020

No matter what you write, what keeps the reader engaged is your voice. The reader wants to think that they are seated across from you, listening to you. They want to hear [...]

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Should You Hire A Book Publicist For Your Book?

by Romuald Dzemo
November 7, 2020

It takes a lot of time and commitment to get a book written. But that is the easiest part of the process. Getting it published and into the hands of avid readers or fans o[...]

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Book Reviews: How To Get Lots Of Them As A Self-Published Author

by The Book Commentary
December 30, 2020

Reviews tell readers whether they should or should not buy a book, and the more positive reviews a book gets, the stronger the appeal it has for readers. Reviews give cred[...]

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Carol J. Williams Shares the Message of Hope in Her Book: Christ Optimizes Victory in Desolation: Prayers for Uncertain Times

by Carol J. Williams
December 7, 2020

Talk to us about Christ Optimizes Victory in Desolation: Prayers for Uncertain Times.Christ Optimizes Victory In Desolation. Jesus is the best example of winning vict[...]

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Stefan Vučak, Author of Lifeliners Talks about His Work in this Interesting Interview

by Romuald Dzemo
December 10, 2020

Welcome to The Book Commentary, Stefan. To begin, we would like to know more about your writing journey. When did you start writing and how did you discover that you were cut for writing?I alw[...]

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