Author Heather Greenis

Please welcome fellow MuseItUp Publishing author Heather Greenis. Welcome to the blog, Heather. I’m so excited to learn about your book. What inspired your latest book? A dream inspired my book.  My series.  I couldn’t get the characters out of my head.  The dream actually inspired the end.  My husband…

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Twelve Things About Being an Indie Author

Twelve Things About Being an Indie Author by Jean Oram In March I took the plunge and became an independent (indie) author. I self-published my book, Champagne and Lemon Drops (NOTE TO MARIAN: link to Amazon for the title text: http://amzn.com/B00BR3AT9G) which is a chick lit/women’s fiction romance where the small town…

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Mystery Wednesday- rescheduled.

Yesterday this site got spammed so Mystery Wednesday didn’t post.  Today I have a special treat Author Joe Owens is doing the post. Can you guess the ending? Terry Grey looked at the mask that lay on the floor near the open safe door. There was change covering the floor,…

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Be My Alien

Today I host my editor, friend and fellow author Julie Lynn Hayes. She co-wrote this unique story Be My Alien.   There comes a time when a writer sets a fresh piece of paper in the typewriter and is faced with the age-old question – what shall I write? All…

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Author M.G. Chester

                                                   Please welcome author M.G. Chester   If there’s one thing thirteen year old Kate loves, it’s a good book.  Her new favorite series, Quallen’s Quest, follows the Faerie prince in the land of Kallaryn as he goes from one adventure to another.  When Kate awakens in Prince Quallen’s secret…

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Another writing prompt exercise

The purpose of a writing prompt is to get the words flowing. Once you’re given it you write until the story is done. No editing, no going back and forth with the plot. Just jot down what comes to mind. Here’s what we were given by the Scribbler’s Writing Group on 4/3/13-…

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Hump Day Treat

Picture taken from Wikimedia.org  The Missing Bike   After the day I had, all I wanted to do was go home and relax. Pulling into my driveway I saw that wasn’t going to happen immediately. My next door neighbor’s son sat on my steps. I figure the kid to be…

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