Tag Archives: genre

#BookReview: Stealing Light by Author Julie Cassar #ASMSG

Blurb: “Tonight, everything could change. I wasn’t ready to let go of anyone just yet.” If you could change what you know is coming, would you? Cecelia Walker discovers an amazing ability deep within herself that gives her the power to … Continue reading

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#ASMSG AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Sharon Lopez, (and SHARON STONE) @findnewbooks

Oops, my bad. I meant to say, “Author Interview: Sharon Lopez” Thomas: Sharon, please forgive me for slipping up on your introduction. You are Sharon Lopez. And thank you so much for being here today with me on my blog.   … Continue reading

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Preview Chapter 1 & 2: Emily & David’s Quest: A Saga of the Ancient Family Trilogy #ASMSG #Bookclub #YA

Emily & David’s Quest: A Saga of the Ancient Family Trilogy Coming Out May 15th, 2016! PreOrder Your Copy Today! Be First to Read and Review! Story Tellers Trilogy: Emily and David’s Quest (A Saga of the Ancient Family Trilogy) … Continue reading

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#ASMSG A Book Is A #Gift You Open Again & Again & Again

RETWEET Read a GR8 Book 2Nite! ╚►http://t.co/q5rDVs4cdC 🍃🌹 #T4US 🌹🍃 #ASMSG 🍃🌹 F4F🍃🌷🍃 #IARTG 🍃🌷🍃 pic.twitter.com/c11ORJQpU5 — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) July 23, 2015   “What Is A Book?” A Gift You Open Again & Again & Again ~ Thomas Baker … Continue reading

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#ASMSG #AuthorInterview Story Tellers: In Pursuit of Happiness #MondayBlogs

Stones & bones are part of our oral tradition. We find stones & bones in folktales, mythology, and religion. What people like about the oral tradition is the ability to change the story, each time you tell it. The result … Continue reading

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#BookReview & #AuthorInterview Dragon’s Lair: Touch of the Irish: Part 1 #ASMSG

Today, I am reviewing Ms. Savannah Morgan‘s  “Dragon’s Lair: Touch of the Irish: Part 1“. Genre? It is part one of a three part fantasy erotica series. The attractive cover image is to be appreciated visually and literally. Synopsis: Eros has … Continue reading

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How #Genre “Squeezes” The Life Out Of A Hybrid, Multi-Genre Text #asmsg #t4us #4ftm

Recent book reviews show book reviewers using genre specific conventions and expectations nonjudiciously for multi-genre, nonconventional texts. The overuse of the genre lens to judge hybrid, genre-crossing texts and general fiction can often lead to a frustrating reading experience. This … Continue reading

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Liberating Writing From Genre: A #Writing #Revolution #ASMSG #IAN1

Nowadays, the Self-Published Author (SPA), is at the forefront of a writing revolution that Thomas Kuhn described in 1963 as a, “paradigm shift”. (Source: NCTE) In the past, authors whose books were placed in bookstores had to ensure their writing … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal: “Ghost Dancer” by Maer Wilson

What is a “Cover Reveal”? A Cover Reveal is a fun way to create exposure for a book. All participating blogs and websites will post about the new cover and book on the same day, spreading the cover throughout the … Continue reading

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Why Writers Write: I May Not Be Your Cup Of Tea . . . But That’s Okay (by Lynn Ricci)

There are many reasons writers write. Some because they are driven to – they cannot help themselves – it’s part of them as much as their need to eat or breathe. There are others who do so passionately; it may … Continue reading

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