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Talking About Dialogue

Talking About Dialogue

Talking About Dialogue by Rochelle Jewel Shapiro March 2012 "One of the key things about dialogue is that it needs to move the story along." —Shapiro We’re all looking for verisimilitude in writing—getting the scene to sound real, adding...

The Turning of Anne Merrick by Christine Blevins

The Turning of Anne Merrick by Christine Blevins

This is truly a lovely work of historical fiction that features Anne Merrick, a spy who worked diligently for General George Washington during the Revolutionary War. From deceiving Redcoats to doing her best to help fight for America’s independence, Anne Merrick did it all!

The Best American Short Stories

“The Best American Short Stories”—a how-to for making our stories our best by Rochelle Jewel Shapiro February 2012 ". . . “a great piece of writing is one you feel on your skin.”" —Brooks In her foreword for The Best...

The Night Swimmer by Matt Bondurant

The Night Swimmer by Matt Bondurant

Into the lives of Fred and Elly Bulkington we go, a young couple from New England (Vermont to be precise) who move to Ireland in order to take over a Pub called, Nightjar, that they won in a contest. The Pub is located in a very isolated spot on the Southern Coast of Ireland that is only frequented by birdwatchers and fishermen. And once the couple arrives, readers soon learn why this is one of the most desolate places on the planet.

Faceless by Simon Bestwick

Faceless by Simon Bestwick

Chilling supernatural horror and the police procedural collide in this absorbing tale of contemporary characters sucked into a web of mystery and fear. As local townsfolk in a northern city disappear masked men with sinister links to the past haunt the streets. Unconnected events begin to align as Detective Chief Inspector Renwick realises these mysterious figures have chosen targets and an even bigger plan.In the Lancashire town of Kempforth, people are vanishing.

The Bungalow by Sarah Jio

The Bungalow by Sarah Jio

There are certain novels where a reviewer would have to be as talented as the author in order to profess how wonderful the story was. All that can be said is that The Bungalow is truly as beautiful as the Pacific island it takes place on.

The Copper Sign by Katia Fox

The Copper Sign by Katia Fox

This is the first book in a series that was originally published in German in 2006. Amazon Crossing has now taken on the translations and each and every book will be coming out in English in order for all American’s to enjoy.