I couldn’t agree more with this post. It’s important we all ask questions and verify for ourselves what the truth is…
Check out this great interview with M. C. Lavocat and go check her book, Control!!!
1. What is the title of your book?
Well, I guess I’ll humor those who are visiting this site for the first time 😉
My book is titled, Control.
2. What is the genre and age rating?
After much deliberation, and frustration, I have created a brand new genre for Control…
It is a Paranormal Romantic Comedy and it is definitely for adults, it isn’t an erotic novel, but it is pretty damn steamy and my characters are known to throw a few four-letter words out every now and again!
3. Give a brief synopsis, using your own words.
Okay, this is the hard part…
I like to describe Control as more than you see on the surface. Yes, it is a Paranormal Romance. No, it isn’t like other Paranormal Romance novels. It has that extra je ne sais quoi, that makes it a little bit different. Actually…
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Spotlight of yours truly by the talented and gracious Tracee Ford.
Anyone looking for editing services, look no further… Cynthia Shepp!! Excellent!!
I have no spots left in 2013. I am scheduling for next year, if interested. Thank you!
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.0020 a word for Re-Edits*
Re-Edits are done on books that have already been edited that you are not happy with. I simply go through and edit them again, correctly. I don’t charge full price because I know that the authors have already paid someone to edit it once. This is ONLY for books that have previously been edited and that have already been published. Re-Edits only get ONE thorough read through. If you…
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My friend Cynthia posted this today on her blog and I think it was eloquently stated and couldn’t be more true. Please check it out.
I want to talk about one star reviews for a minute. A book that I really liked got a 1 star review this morning that it does not deserve. This book had great writing and a great plot. I reviewed it myself and I gave it 5 stars. It was funny, unique, and I still tell people to read it and I read it a long time ago. Which means that the book stuck with me because it was good. I only give books what I think they deserve. If I really loved a book, the editing was good, and the book flowed well, I will give it 5 stars because it deserves it.
Some books could deserve one star reviews, I am not disputing that. People should always give their truthful opinion. If you don’t like the book, you don’t like the book. What pisses me off is when…
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