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I think we all have come to terms with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and its inherent troubles. If you’re late to the party, let me summarize: Rudolph’s own parents are ashamed of him, Santa is a grouchy dick, Hermy is a fucking creep. Also, do you actually think the other reindeer kids LIKED the reviled …

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Is your book a one-off, or the start of a series? Ask yourself these questions… 1)      Can your protagonist carry a series? Is he interesting and relatable enough to headline more stories? What do your reviews tell you about your main characters? 2)      Will book two take place immediately after book one with book three …

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Broke? Cheap? You’ve got enough money jingling in your pocket or collecting lint in your sofa cushions for what readers have called “a straight-up page turner” “a captivating thriller” and “a twisty-turney perfect murder mystery” To celebrate the imminent release of Pwned (Lexy Cooper #2), the first Lexy adventure, Schooled is on sale for just …

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My days are filled with technology that I’ve come to take for granted: my two bands of wireless internet, streaming movies on Netflix through my Xbox 360, taking video with my cellphone and instantly uploading to Facebook, YouTube or Tumblr. Yawn, I EXPECT that stuff. And if it isn’t working, I am pissed off. Today …

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