LOVE IN AN UNDEAD AGE is a post-apocalyptic romance wrapped inside an adventure that explores universal themes: love and loss, betrayal and redemption. What choices do we make in order to survive, what do they cost us, and are they worth it in the end? Are some breaches of trust too damaging to forgive, or can the healing power of love truly conquer all? amgeever.com It’s out! … Continue reading Cover Reveal: Love In An Undead Age
An Article by Cherise Castle The aim of this book-A Guide To Intellectual Property- is to provide you with information on different types of intellectual Property, including Trademarks, Copyrights, Patents, Trade Secrets, and to act as a guide if you are seeking a Trademark, a Copyright or thinking of patenting an idea or invention. It was inspired by the issues that presented itself when working … Continue reading Trademarks, Patents and Trade secrets: A guide to copyright
The future of entertainment will be written by young women on their phones. And the future is already here. Refinery29 In an article by Refinery 29, It was discovered that multiple authors made their debut from e-books. Take this quiz to find out who were the lucky writers to break out of the e-book world. Continue reading Guess The Author: E-book Writers
Writing is a dark abyss. It’s telling the story you believe means something to you, and at times it can be difficult to see the nearly blurry end of the tunnel. But what if I told you there was a way to see the end as clearly as the words on your page? Now you’re probably wondering what the actual hell is she yapping about … Continue reading Goals: How they saved my writing career
Find out what this prose-poetry author has to say about her book and her writing experience.
“I realized I wanted to be a writer when I was still in primary school. I started writing short stories when I was ten years old.” Continue reading The Writers Voice: The author of ‘Delicately’ Speaks up
As a reader, three elements drew me into this Greek Mythology novel. The first would be the cover, the second being the amount of readers engaging in the book-I mean this is a book with 39.7k readers sticking up to date with the serially updated e-book- and the third element that had me hooked would be the blurb. Hades to me is an out of … Continue reading E-Book Review: Hades
Remember back in 2016 when you read that fantasy novel about the princess and the dragon? Or that romance novel where the lady falls in love with her brothers best friend? You do? Great, it’s been three years and you want to write a book similar to that but you’re worried about plagiarising, you’re worried about lawsuits and charges that are twice your apartment rent? … Continue reading Why you need to reinvent ‘the wheel’ to be a writer