Friday’s Sales, Releases, & Giveaways – 02/08/19

If you’re wondering what to read or just want to add to your TBR (To be read) list, look no further. Multi-published Toni Shiloh has you covered.

Check out the sales, new releases, and GIVEAWAYS. Thank you, Toni. Now…

Write on!

Toni Shiloh

TGIF, Reader Friends!

I’m so glad Friday is here and a weekend of reading is in my future. Like you, I have a huge TBR pile, but that won’t stop me from adding to it. I’m so thankful to my author friends who have shared with me their bookish info for Friday’s Sales, Releases, & Giveaways. I hope you find something great to read!

Happy Reading!

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IDK, Am I Hip? #WriterAcronyms

Check in with The Bachelorette Blogger author, René Penn, to learn how HIP you are. And what it takes to get there if you’re not. LoL ;^)

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René Penn

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A long-time friend sent a group text announcing what “IDK” means. Her pre-teen had filled her in on the acronym. IDK stands for I don’t know, she wrote. She was passing on the knowledge to us forty-somethings to keep us “hip.”

The “hip” comment was the icing on the cake.

I must proudly say that I’ve known what IDK means for some time, and was slightly surprised that the others in the group didn’t know. To be fair, one other friend knew, too. But two out of five isn’t the best score.

The text message got me thinking. How did I know about IDK? Or IKR or IMHO, for that matter? The answer is Twitter.

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Ever since I got active on Twitter about two years ago, I’ve been decoding and learning the popular acronyms. I’ve hit Google many times for translation. It always helps.

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Where to begin a novel.

Wondering how to begin that novel you swore you’d write in 2019? Check in with multi-published Forget Me Not Romances author Florence Witkop.

She’ll get you started on the right path.

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How do you begin a novel? Where, exactly, do you start?

Anywhere you want, but traditionally there is a starting place. And it’s not where most beginning writers think it is.

The beginning should be where the action begins, which is to say where the protagonist first begins to interact with the story.

Most beginning writers want to put in a bit of introduction to either the main character or to the story itself.

Not a good idea because readers want to be immediately immersed in the story itself. Introductions can be inserted anywhere, anytime.

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Return of the VORTEX: Make all your characters work for you!

The Basics never change! Who? What? Where? When? Why? And how? The writer’s life, more than most, orbits these six mysteries. Chief among them is who. Characters are the backbone of storytelling. Somebody must want something, fight for something, and need it badly enough— no whims— for readers to engage. The reader himself is a …

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Celebration Exodus: Move it on out, girl!

OMG - maybe that was Bruce Willis manhandling boxes in my room? It came. The new chair! And a desk actually intended for an adult. Squeee. Check out the Grinch doing what grinches do—at least in my house. Mattresses aren't their only fetish. Apparently, there's something primal about schlepping two ton boxes and "building" desks. …

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