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Authors Helping Authors: Check Out This Indie Author

I just have to say that Michelle has single handedly done more for this book and the sanity of its very grateful author than I ever thought possible!

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An Epic Adventure

Please visit the above link and select “Recommend” to help new indie author R. Ann Greene promote her brand new release

“The Stones of Caron: Book One – What Time Handed Them.”

This is a reader contributed book recommendation to The Guardian that will be featured on The Guardian’s Book Blog if Greene gets a good amount of recommendations for her amazing epic adventure!

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R Ann Greene has me hooked! I loved this book. This is a fast paced epic fantasy that keeps you engrossed in the complex characters that she has created. I found myself fighting to keep my eyes open because I wasn’t ready to put the book down. Greene brings the story to life with her vivid story-crafting, she draws you in and keeps you spellbound. This story is an exciting other-world that will immediately pull you into its…

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Creating Empires

They’ll Never Understand

Here I am in a dull setting. A coffee shop. One trying desperately to be sophisticated and one failing miserably to achieve its imagined ambiance.

Why would an author choose such a drab, noisy corner of a beautiful and picturesque world?

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Creating Empires

Sticky-notes Galore

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The efforts behind editing my second book are aided by that beautiful, colorful, clean, precise little scrap of paper we all know and love, called a sticky-note.

Could there ever be a more pristine or elegant solution to editing? . . .  I mean besides the fact that the writing thereupon is squeezed in so small you can barely read it once you’ve finished and only my intimate knowledge of how poorly I form my letters allows me to decipher what exactly the thought originally was.

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Writing Redneck

The Influence of Details

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There are some scenes on this planet too beautiful to believe, and you have to look again and again to soak it all in. Whenever I stumble upon this type of beautiful scene, I wish I could jump out of the truck and just let it drive on so I could sit alone and look out at a world untouched by modern technology. The one I’m writing about today was a winter one, because its September and I’m really sick of summer, and I really want there to be snow so I can have a fire in the fireplace.

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Creating Empires, Untold Stories

A Profile on Dragons

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Among the things I enjoy doing in my story worlds, blogging is not on the list, but detailing and profiling individual groups or characters is. (Weird, huh?) Fantasy is really an awesome genre because I get to make something up entirely without adhering to the confines of accuracy. (Also could mean I’m lazy but who cares?) I can make up whatever I want and make it sound plausible if I can. If I can’t, I can play it off really well.

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