Mae Clair is graciously hosting me today at her blog. If you haven’t read her eerie Point Pleasant supernatural thriller series, you have a little time before the last book in the series is released in July 2017. Here’s the cover reveal – https://maeclair.net/2017/01/30/cover-reveal-a-desolate-hour-by-mae-clair-rrbc-author/
I’m so happy to introduce new friend, Teri Polen, who writes YA fiction and has recently released her debut novel Sarah. Teri and I met when she hosted an October/Halloweenish promotion for multiple authors on her blog and was kind enough to include me.
Since then, I’ve come to realize we have many common friends in the blogosphere. In addition to that, she held me glued to the pages through Sarah, a spooky YA novel centered around a vengeful ghost. You can find my five star review for Sarah on Amazon, but before you go gallivanting off, check out Teri’s post on writing techniques. The character quirks section really made me stop and think!
Epiphanies (for me) in Writing Techniques
I’ve never had any ‘formal’ training in writing – both of my degrees are in business, and learning how to interpret balance sheets was worthless when it came…
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