Enchant: Beauty and the Beast Retold (Romance a Medieval Fairytale Book 1) Demelza Carlton Genre: Medieval Fantasy Romance Sure, you think you know the tale of Beauty and the Beast, but most of us are most familiar with the Disney version of the story. This is not that story. Zuleika is a young enchantress on … Continue reading Book Review: Enchant by Demelza Carlton
The Highly Sensitive Person Elaine N. Aron, Ph.D. Genre: Nonfiction The Highly Sensitive Person came to my attention by accident when I saw it listed on sale. Just from the title and description, I was already intrigued and the reviews helped me make my decision. I had to read this book. So I bought it. … Continue reading Book Review: The Highly Sensitive Person by Elaine N. Aron, Ph.D.
Writing into the Dark Dean Wesley Smith Genre: Nonfiction Writing into the dark is how the author refers to writing without an outline. I’ve often heard it referred to as pantsing or discovery writing. Whether you write with or without an outline, this book has value. It’s the first one I’ve come across that talks … Continue reading Book Review: Write into the Dark by Dean Wesley Smith
Heinlein’s Rules: Five Simple Business Rules for Writing Dean Wesley Smith Genre: Nonfiction After reading How to Write Fiction Sales Copy, I jumped into another book by this successful author. Heinlein’s Rules is another short read. I devoured it in just a few days. It was stimulating and enlightening to read. I don’t want to … Continue reading Book Review: Heinleins Rules by Dean Wesley Smith
How to Write Fiction Sales Copy Dean Wesley Smith Genre: Nonfiction So you wrote a story or a novel and you’re ready to present it to the world. But how do you describe it? You want to entice people to spend hard-earned money on your creative work. Dean Wesley Smith has given us some helpful … Continue reading Book Review: How to Write Fiction Sales Copy by Dean Wesley Smith
The Writer’s Business Plan Tonya D. Price, MBA Genre: Nonfiction I have often heard that a writer should have a business plan if they want to make their writing more than a hobby. That’s easier said than done if you don’t have a background in such things. This book is the answer I was looking … Continue reading Book Review: The Writer’s Business Plan by Tonya D. Price, MBA
During World War II, three women join the ranks of United Kingdom’s Army as nurses. A debutante, an Irish lass, and an affluent woman hoping to become a doctor become friends amid the hardships of caring for men wounded in battle with little sleep, rationed food, and the constant danger of injury and death themselves.