Recommended Reads

Only One Bed Vol.2

Marie Lipscomb, Natalie Andrews, Lory Wendy, Faye Black, Alicai Martin, Inga Gardner, Adrienne Black, Leandra Vane

Intriguing, Extremely sexy, entertainingly arousing, must read all tucked into One Bed.

Only One Bed is an anthology of steamy romances that are unique, except that each has two people and only one Bed. Overall I thought that Only One Bed Volume 2 was a fast, entertaining collection of spicy romances. This anthology is well put together, and with eight authors all having a different story to tell, I was pleasantly surprised at how well they complemented each other.

Final Harvest

Barbara Howard

I truly enjoyed reading Final Harvest. Traci starts off as an extremely anxious woman, who grew up in the system, and struggles navigating life, until she is out into a situation, where she has to choose between running away, or facing trouble head first. I wholeheartedly recommend this book to all age ranges. I can't wait to see what happens in book 2.

Keeping 

Kennedy Fox

Let's be honest Tyler is the real star of this book. His character is so easily likable. Every time I though Gemma would come to her senses about the snake in the grass she's tuck tail and and go back. I'm looking forward to book two, and hoping Gemma gets a back nine before she ruins her life. Keeping You Away is fun fast little read. Light on world building, not overly complex characters. It's a fun escape.

Writing Into The Dark

Dean Wesley Smith

In this WMG Writer’s Guide, Dean takes you step-by-step through the process of writing without an outline and explains why not having an outline boosts your creative voice and keeps you more interested in your writing.

Want to enjoy your writing more and entertain yourself? Then toss away your outline and Write into the Dark.

How to Write Dazzling Dialogue

James Scott Bell

There is one sure-fire way of improving your novel fast. . .

You may know the fundamentals of how to write fiction. You may be more than competent in plot, structure and characters. But if your dialogue is dull it will drag the whole story down.

On the other hand, if your dialogue is crisp and full of tension it immediately grabs the reader. And if that reader is an agent or editor, sharp dialogue will give them instant assurance that you know what you're doing as a writer.

Encounters

Minx Kenocha

Encounters is a clever and imaginative classic fairy tale re-telling, both modern and fantastical. "I was captivated by the mystery of the sigil, and captivated by the imagination of Minx Kenocha." It’s mysterious and full of twists to the very end! 18+ 

The Stand

Stephen King

"Most people know this books story from the made for TV movie, but it’s an absolute MUST READ."

Ophelia

by K.M. Rice

"Once you first read Ophelia, you must lay it down, take a deep breath and go back to the beginning. Only then will you see the hidden treasures you passed along your first journey."

Jesus Calling

Sarah Young

"I love this devotional. Jesus Calling goes by the days of the calendar, and offer short devotionals with a recommended scripture to follow up with. I love it, and highly recommend it to all. My #1 for sure."

On Writing

Stephen King

"Anyone who is interested in writing, of any kind, should read this book."

Self Editing for Fiction Writers

Renni Brown & Dave King

I truly have a better understanding of the editing process after reading this book, so much so, that it has a permenant home on my office desk."

Save the Cat

Blake Snyder

"I can say that I have improved on my dialog and strengthening my ability to paint the image on the page in my readers head after reading this book."

The Erotica HandBook 

Emily Baker

A best-selling writer provides her proven formula to writing erotic stories that sell.


The Erotica hand book had great advice, and provided from wonderful laughs as well. 

Wiped Out

Tamara Woods

 Fraya Taylor moved to Hawai'i to get away from the drama of her hometown and to start fresh. With her zany writing group and her best friend, she's carved out a quiet life for herself of writing her novels and soaking up the sun.

Wiped Out is an exciting cozy mystery that leaves you wanting more. 

Needing You Close

Kennedy Fox

Once again Tyler steals the show. I have to admit there were so many times I wanted to shake Gemma and tell her to wake up, but by the end of the story I was like, oh, okay that makes sense . Great work ladies. I recommend this fun read to anyone needing an escape from reality, and a dose of small town country love.

Creating Character Arcs 

K.M. Weiand

Have you written a story with an exciting concept and interesting characters—but it just isn’t grabbing the attention of readers or agents? It’s time to look deeper into the story beats that create realistic and compelling character arcs. Internationally published, award-winning novelist K.M. Weiland shares her acclaimed method for achieving memorable and moving character arcs in every book you write.

Suggestion 376

Sarah Scharnweber

Suggestion 376 is a collection of short stories by Sarah Scharnweber.

Contains 11 short stories, including: Taxidermy – A man is forced to crawl back to his girlfriend for forgiveness after cheating on her. Taxidermy has also been made in to a short film. By Travis Legge

Sheikh's Pregnant Cinderella

by Maya Blake

"I recommend this book for anyone who needs a light hearted read, with instant romance, and an obvious happy ending."

The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty

by Ann Rice

"Anne Rices is a Queen in her own right."

Modestly

by Dina Torkia

 "I love Dina Torkia and am inspired by her story. Dina gives a rarely seen behind the scene look into the life a Musilm woman, as she tries to stand out in Mainstream media, and still balance her faith, family, and love for fashion."

My Diarrhe

by Miranda Sings

"Set in a “Diary” format My Diarrhe shows it’s audience the struggles of a young Miranda and the awkwardness of growing up and trying to find your place in the universe."

The Emotion Thesaurus (Series)

Anglea Ackerman & Becca Puglist

"These four books have helped me to develop my characters and helped me to have a better understanding of why they do the things they do and think they way do. Absolute must haves."

The Elements of Style

William Strunk Jr. & E.B. White

This is a small book that has the strength of a tusami. Every author, writer, editor should have this book at hand.

He lashed out in anger. “I did everything for you, my Creator! Everything! And yet, you took the one thing in the universe that I wanted more than anything away from me! The only thing!" The angel, sitting there, began to cry and shake with frustration. “Why should I care what you say or think? Go back to your golden throne and let me rot here until eternity ends!”

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