The Writer’s Voice: Cruel Stakes High Roller

  Welcome back to another segment of The Writer’s voice here on The E-book Review. With us today, is the Wattpad author behind the book Cruel Stakes High Roller. Welcome, to The E-book review, now, I know who you are, but not many of my viewers might, can you tell us a bit about yourself? Hi! I’m Belle and I’ve been writing since I was … Continue reading The Writer’s Voice: Cruel Stakes High Roller

The Writer's Voice: The author of Her Wattpader Soulmate

It’s yet another segment of The Writer’s Voice here at The E-book Review, and with us in this segment is Wattpad author Sue Rose Levy. My pen name on Wattpad is Sue Rose Levy, username eliyeda. I’ve been active on Wattpad from December 2018. Still, it wasn’t until mid-January of this year that I started sharing my writing on the platform. I’m currently a stay … Continue reading The Writer's Voice: The author of Her Wattpader Soulmate

The Writer's Voice: The Wattys Winner behind Lead Me Astray

The Writer’s Voice is back, and what a way to kick off the new year, our first interview will be featuring Wattpad Star and 2019 Wattys winner Sondi Warner. It’s really nice to have you on here, can you tell our audience a little bit about yourself? I am indie author Sondi Warner, and I go by the penname, “Lesserknown1.” For nearly 15 years, I … Continue reading The Writer's Voice: The Wattys Winner behind Lead Me Astray

The Writers Voice: ‘I write to fulfill my unfulfilled desires’

Good morning and welcome to The Ebook Review, the blog that hopes to empower new e-book writers and to recruit aspiring authors. Your name is Tina, but you’re known as what on Wattpad? I am known as Athela Perk, But yes, my name is Tina. Well you’re always welcome to The E-book Review Tina. You’re a Writer, can you tell the viewers of The E-book … Continue reading The Writers Voice: ‘I write to fulfill my unfulfilled desires’

Book Lab: To New York’s Attorney Chapter one

Lawrence Harrington was dead and Manhattan knew this. Newspapers would have the headlines by morning; reporters and writers and photographers were at the scene barking questions at anyone behind the police tapes, each eager to cover the story as it unfolded. Pedestrians with busy fingers tweeted and posted. Rumors surged like wildfires. To New York’s Attorney ( Chapter One) I am more than excited to … Continue reading Book Lab: To New York’s Attorney Chapter one