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  1. Hi, everyone! I was just wondering if anyone would be interested in reading a free children's ebook that I'm publishing tomorrow and reviewing it. It would be so encouraging! Here is the link to the book. It will be free for five days starting tomorrow. Below is the synopsis of the book: When eleven-year-old Travis wakes up in a strange room with no memory, he embarks on an adventure of a lifetime. Teaming up with Sadie and her older brother Robert, Travis uncovers his past with surprising results. He encounters Larry, a mysterious man who appears to have known Travis before, and Lewis, an undersized fourteen-year-old who gets swept along into the adventure, as well. Soon, Travis discovers that this whole thing is much bigger than he had at first realized. An elusive company called SCAM has been planning to release a product into the world that could jeopardize the nation’s security: a product known only as HANDSHAKE. Travis and his friends must work together to stop that product from being released before it is too late. This is Book One in the Memory Lane Series. It took me about two years to write this book. How long did it take you to write your first published book? Comment below!
  2. Hey, y'all! So a while ago, I posted a lot of covers for Links of the Two Worlds... until I finally got to one that's not terrible 😅. I will release the next book in the Rise of the Royals series in January, so I'm trying to get stuff like cover design out of the way. Be brutally honest (I can take it, lol): What do y'all think of this cover? Here's Links of the Two Worlds' cover, just for the sake of comparison:
  3. So, a couple weeks ago I posted a cover done by a friend... the feedback I got on it wasn't very great. I've made a cover this time, and though I'm not emotionally attached to it like I was the other one, I think it might be a little better (I really miss the chain, though 😟). The genre is middle grade fantasy.
  4. I'm looking for some feedback for writing prompt mockups. I am making some pins for Pinterest and would like to get some second options on backgrounds and readability. Thank you!
  5. Is it eye-catching enough? Does it flow well? Does something look off? Does it go well with the fantasy genre? WOULD YOU READ IT?
  6. SO...I changed the title of my romance, because I was done with tearing my hair out over how to incorporate a café into the mess that was my cover. Yes, the cafe's important to the story, but it's not THAT important. What do you all think of this cover (and this title?) Questions? Comments? Problems?
  7. Thanks so much, everybody who's weighed in on this, especially Lynn, EBraten, Shamrock and Clair Tucker! Now I'd like to take a poll on these two designs. All other things being equal, if you were in the mood to read a romance, which one would you pick up/click on? (A) or (B) ?
  8. So I'm not sure if this is the best way of doing this, but I uploaded a cover idea for my romance story. Granted, this cover image doesn't scream "romance" but I'd still like to hear feedback. I modeled it off book covers that have caught my eye in the past, and only just today realized that none of those books were romances...
  9. Hello fellow writers! I was wondering if I could get some screenplay advice. Just practical blips of information on anything that someone who knows what they're doing thinks is important. I have questions such as: Am I supposed to put in the shots and angles or do I leave that up to the director? Do ALL actions have to be described in an action description paragraph or can some of them be in parenthesis with the dialogue of the character? I've read parts of a few screenplays and they seem to differ some in that aspect. I am making a story I wrote into a spy/family screenplay and have had a lot of fun with it, however it's my first time and I really don't know what I'm doing. I don't expect it to become a movie (though I think Tom Hiddleston would make a good main character for it). I'm using the Celtx online program for layout. At least it looks decent! Haha Thanks for your help!
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