Hello SErs! Harmony here. I hope this finds you all well. Today, we are embarking upon the first of a four-part post on writing flash fiction; that is, stories of 500 words or less. I will link back to each part in subsequent posts for ease of reference. As most of you will know by … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Your Hook
Hello SErs! Harmony here. I hope this finds you all well. Today, I wanted to talk about using vignettes in your novels. Here is the dictionary definition of a vignette: vignette viːˈnjɛt,vɪˈnjɛt/ noun 1. A brief evocative description, account, or episode. "a classic vignette of embassy life" One of the best uses of this device is … Continue reading Using Vignettes
Hello, SE Readers. It’s time for another Friday book share. I drew the honors this month and decided to look back into my archives. I’ve always been interested in history and the assasination President John F. Kennedy. Theories about the assassination have floated around for years. Was there more than one shooter? Were shots fired … Continue reading Friday Book Share: Frame 232 (A Jason Hammond Novel)
Hello SE Readers! As a reader, a good cover is often the first thing that draws me to a novel, particularly with a new or unknown author. If the artwork isn't impressive, I'm likely not going to read the blurb, let alone purchase the book. There have been times when I liked a cover, found … Continue reading Friday Book Cover ~ Old and New
Happy Fri-YAY, SEers! Mae here with a Friday Book Share. These posts are all about sharing books that reached out and gobsmacked us. At least, that’s how I think of it. And maybe, by sharing a few of these reads, you might be enticed to add a title or two to your (gargantuan) TBR. I’ve … Continue reading Friday Book Share: A 2fer!