Author: Harmony Kent

The long and short of it

A great post positing the question of what’s best, long or short? Check it out on Story Empire >>>   Hi gang, Craig with you again today. I’ve been pondering word counts lately. There are multiple reasons, both personally and

Book Review: Black Crow Speaks @FrederickAnder2 #shortstories

A fantastic review for an author I’ve not come across before now, over at Mae Clair’s place today >>> (I’m off to buy my copy now, it looks so good)   In my post yesterday, I mentioned having read a

A Different Take on Manuscript Analysis

Check out this post on Pitch meetings and how these funny videos can help you in your writing and revision over at Story Empire >>> Ciao, amici! When my turn rolls around to post at Story Empire, I almost always tell

#ShareAReviewDay Tuesday – Unknown Reasons by Joan Hall

A great review for Joan Hall’s Unknown Reasons over at Marcia Meara’s place today >>> Happy Tuesday, Everybody! This morning, we are getting the ball rolling with an excellent review of Unknown Reasons: Driscoll Lake Book Two, by Joan Hall.

How to Get Universal

In case you missed this … check out how to get universal book links (and why you need them) over on Story Empire >>>   Hello SErs, Harmony here 🙂 A while ago, I tried using universal links to take

#BookReview: The Family

by Louise Jensen About the Book: The latest psychological thriller from master story-teller, Louise Jensen, will leave you breathless. COULD ONE MOTHER’S MISTAKE COST HER DAUGHTER EVERYTHING? Laura is devastated when her husband dies, leaving her and their almost grown-up

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Confessions and Questions

It’s confessions and questions time over at Story Empire today >>>   Hi Gang, Craig here again. I decided to park the Expansion Packs for a while. Writing posts here is kind of like dowsing, in that I really don’t

Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Author Update #Reviews – Jeanine Lunsford, Marcia Meara, Judy Penz Sheluk

Three authors to check out over at Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore >>> Welcome to the second of the update posts this week for authors in the Cafe and Bookstore. The first author is Jeanine Lunsford for her book Remembering First

Week in Review

  More great writing-related links this Friday over on Joan Hall’s blog >>> Hey, Y’all. It’s Friday again. (Yeah!) That means it’s time for another weekly wrap up. I’m changing the format a little this week. Since I decided to

Friday Writing Question: Who?

An interesting question and a thought-provoking post over on Story Empire today >>>   Hey SE Readers. Joan with you today. It’s time for another writing question. All of us have people who have impacted our lives. Most of the

Friday Finds #writetips #humor #qotd

Check out Staci Troilo’s Friday post, which has lots of great writing-related links >>>   Ciao, amici! How was your week? Mine was a little bumpy, but that seems to be the case for many of my friends. Like my

Housework won’t kill you, but why take a chance?

Check out a few funny memes over on thestoryreadingape’s blog … I’m definitely that one in the kitchen, lol >>> Reblogged on Source: Housework won’t kill you, but why take a chance?

Smorgasbord Laughter Lines – Misleading, Misdirection and minding your own business, and more one liners…

  These are so hilarious, I even emailed the link to hubby, lol … well worth a look over at Sally’s place today >>> Now time for those one liners.. as usual please place your groans rated 1-10 in the

Sci-Fi Thursday: AATIP

Great post today … do you believe Aliens exist? >>>   Ciao, amici. This is the last of the new blog features. Since I’m writing science fiction, I thought it was only right to talk about it. Today, my inaugural

Is Reading Still Popular?

  I don’t know about you, but I couldn’t live without books >>> Anybody remember the phrase ‘Reading is Fundamental’?  First, I didn’t realize it was a nonprofit child literacy organization founded in 1966.  Thought it was saying used in


Fallout is getting lots of love today over at Stephen Geez’s blog … and he’s made me a lovely banner! 🙂 >>> Reblogged on Source:

#BookReview: The Passage

by Justin Cronin About the Book Deep in the jungles of eastern Colombia, Professor Jonas Lear has finally found what he’s been searching for – and wishes to God he hadn’t. In Memphis, Tennessee, a six-year-old girl called Amy is

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How To Use Inversion In English To Improve Your Writing

Great post on some of the technical side of writing >>>   What is inversion in English? It is when you move the verb before the subject. We use it in questions, but also in many sentences that are not

Smorgasbord Laughter Lines – Things are not as they might seem.. and a few more one liners…

The way my brain is this week, I can definitely relate … here are a few funnies to start your day >>> And now a few one liners…..please add your level of groans in the comment section rated between 1

Fallout ~ New Release by Harmony Kent

FALLOUT is getting some love today over at Joan Hall’s place >>> Hey y’all. Today in place of WIP Wednesday, I’m excited to host friend and fellow author, Harmony Kent. She has a brand new soon to be released book

Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – New book on the shelves – Pre-Order for August 25th – Fallout: Are You Safe? – Harmony Kent

My book and I are getting some love over at Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore today >>>   Delighted to welcome Harmony Kent to the shelves of the bookstore with her new release on pre-order for August 25th. Fallout: Are You

Amazon’s Unwritten Print Pricing Rule – by John Doppler…

on Self Publishing Advice: KDP has had a longstanding print pricing requirement that ebooks sold through the platform may not be sold for more than the list price on other retailers or websites. Wh… Source: Amazon’s Unwritten Print Pricing Rule

Don’t Miss the latest book from Harmony Kent. “Fallout” Now available to Pre-Order @harmony_kent #IARTG #Writingcommunity @StoryEmpire

Soooz is hosting me and my book FALLOUT today over at her place >>>       Hello and welcome! I’m so delighted to share in the excitement of the PRE-ORDER of this #NEWRELEASE by Harmony Kent. Take a deep

FALLOUT by Harmony Kent ~ a post-apocalyptic dystopia available for pre-order! @harmony_kent #IARTG

#Fallout is getting some love over at Natalie Ducey’s place today >>>   Greetings, everyone! Today, I’m thrilled to showcase my fellow author friend, Harmony Kent and celebrate her soon-to-be released novel ~ FALLOUT. It’s available for pre-order! Take it

Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Author Update – Jan Sikes, M.J. Mallon and Marina Osipova

This looks like a great set of books for your reading list. Check them out at Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore >>>   Welcome to the first of the author updates this week and the first author with a recent review

The Idea Storm #writing #creativity

What do you do when your brain storms you? Check out Mae Clair’s post over on Story Empire >>>   Hello, SEers. Mae here today with a look at Idea Storms. Recently, I was in my family room, comfy on the couch,

#ThorsDaySmile or Smiles, As the Case May Be!

A few funnies to get you smiling … thought I’d direct you to some Friday fun for my final reblog today >>>   Kind of a Mixed Bag Today, But Good for a Giggle Anyway, I hope! 😀 “When you’re

Writing Tips: 7 Ways To Write Funnier Fiction

Check out this post on how to write funnier >>>   Writing Tips: 7 Ways To Write Funnier Fiction Source: Writing Tips: 7 Ways To Write Funnier Fiction

Friday Finds #writetips #fiction #qotd

A great quote and lots of writing-related links over at Staci Troilo’s place today >>>   Ciao, amici! How was your week? Mine was a mixed bag. I started rolling out some new features on my blog and hope to

Five For Friday Book Share

A great line up of books today over at Story Empire on Five for Friday >>>   Hey to all the Story Empire readers and welcome to our latest Friday post. Today, I’m combining a couple of the features we