5 Book Cover Decisions for Writers

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This is the new cover for INTRUSION, Book One of my historical series, A Relative Invasion. It was time to refresh the series but I knew that designing the cover

WHY WRITE A PREQUEL?

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Isn’t the main work enough without writing a prequel? For most novels, yes, the story satisfies its purpose so why write a prequel? Why? Because for other novels, a seemingly

Natural and Supernatural in fiction – a buzz at 0.99

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The compelling aspect when reading supernatural plots is that odd things happen within a context of ordinary, natural life. If the whole world is ghostly, there is nothing scary or

Who Should Be Forgiven.

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Part One of this psychological fiction series, UNCOMMON RELATIONS currently discounted to 0.99 on KINDLE Click the link. A psychological mystery, a domestic drama, quite a family? saga… Part One

WW2 fiction: The Impact of a Post-War Novel

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In the historical series, A Relative Invasion, the theme of bullying – psychological bullying – runs throughout. In the third book, Impact, normal adolescent angst and severe post-war austerity lend

A psychological suspense series

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UNCOMMON RELATIONS Yes, the most tortuous crimes have no police detective and occur in the home. Resigned, Terry thinks, to a dull, predictable life and occasional fantasies of a shinier

WRITING DILEMMAS.

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Trapped in the small bedroom hearing unspeakable revelations, Terry now faces the mess of his own actions…and their effect on his dearest ones. I enjoy writing dilemmas, the events leading

Striking a Difference in Psychological Series

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I like titles to have some ambiguity. I like to be intrigued. This means striking a difference from what is current, a choice against marketing advice,. This would be to

3 IS BETTER THAN 1: THE TRILOGY. Great, especially when on discount!

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In this coming-of-age trilogy, A Relative Invasion, two young cousins meet in 1937. Their developing relationship mirrors the emotions that brought Hitler’s rise to power – envy of strength, desire

PSYCHOLOGICAL FICTION – character-driven writing.

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Wikipedia doesn’t always get things right but its explanation of psychological fiction can hardly be bettered. “In literature, psychological fiction is a narrative genre that emphasizes interior characterization and motivation
Rosalind Minett