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Interview with Author Kelly Charron

I’m pleased to reintroduce my Interview with a Poet/Author Series for 2018-2019 with an interview with a very special Canadian guest: psychological thriller and urban fantasy author Kelly Charron. Kelly Charron is the author of YA and adult psychological thrillers and urban fantasy novels. All of her novels have gritty, murderous inclinations and moderate amounts… Continue reading Interview with Author Kelly Charron

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Now You Can Listen to Pete and Allie in the Car, on the Train, in the Sun, in the Rain ;)

The much-anticipated audiobook is now available for preorder savings!

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Win An Audiobook Copy of The Ticket

This month and next, I’ll be entering current members and any new members in my special draw for a copy of The Ticket audiobook, which will be released by Tantor Audio on Audible and in other audio stores worldwide on April 17th.

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The Wealthy Writer: Kick-Butt Book Signings

How do you pull off a successful book signing?

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The Wealthy Writer: Five Fast Tips for Writing Dialogue

Struggle with coming up with realistic dialogue in your fiction? 5 tips which can help you every time.

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Writers write, and market their butts off.

What did I do differently? I took charge of my creations and my career by becoming an independent author.

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Five Fast Tips for Writing Dialogue

DON’T OVERTHINK IT. Just write, and let your thoughts flow. You can go back and edit later. The best dialogue is natural, not forced.