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We Are All WIPs

WIP stands for work in progress. For writers, this means a story that is being progressively modified and improved over time. As a writer, we usually have outlines of our stories, a veritable road map of what should happen, and a clear vision of the ending. But there are times when certain characters run rampant. When the… Continue reading We Are All WIPs

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My first Children’s Picture Book

After so much dilly-dallying, self-bashing, and numerous drafts, I finally completed the artwork of my first ever Children's Picture Book, Renzo's Rainbow. It's now available digitally on Amazon. This book means so much to me. I wrote this at a very sad time, when I was depressed and thinking of my father who had passed… Continue reading My first Children’s Picture Book

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My first book launch!

Being a new author, I didn't know what to expect at my first formal book launch. I mean, my other books, I just pressed click and voila! they were in Amazon and other book sites, as well as my social media sites. I'm not very good at speaking before people. I write better than I… Continue reading My first book launch!

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We Were Liars

WE WERE LIARS E. Lockhart 4 out of 5 Stars We Were Liars was hyped as a modern, sophisticated suspense novel. I would describe it as a not-too-sophisticated and not-too-suspenseful book, but a powerful one nonetheless. The first two parts came out slow and dragging. The style was at times a combination of lyrical, phrasal… Continue reading We Were Liars

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Book Review: Ghost of a Feeling

5 out of 5 stars I really loved this book and highly recommend this to everyone! Reading Cris’ story felt very much like steadily climbing a steep, rocky hill, reaching the top, then merrily sliding down, coming to a grassy, peaceful pasture. The book was beautifully woven with a seamless plot and perfectly, realistically intertwined… Continue reading Book Review: Ghost of a Feeling