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THAT CROXTON WOMAN

     I’ve learned to never put pressure on my beta readers; therefore I use discretion when I’m trying to find out what they think about my manuscripts. I closed the lid on my cooler, exited through the back door, and … Continue reading

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MURDER AND MAYHAM

       According to literary agent, Suzie Townsend, your title should reflect the tone of your book. If you’re writing a thriller, you don’t want something long and poetic.  In the mist of trying to convince my neighbor, Leon, how hard … Continue reading

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