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Forever in Starlight Already Gone
Forever in Starlight

Bennett and Cassie are at it again, this time looking the ultimate challenge in the eye and deciding, after everything they’ve been through, why not?
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Already Gone

A decade after Logan walked out on Maddy, he returns. Emotions long banked surface, then everything becomes complicated & dangerous.
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In Absinthia Vincent
In Absinthia

A forced vacation sends interplanetary master spies Cage & Phoe to a fantasyland made to look like Victorian London. Their holiday turns bloody – fast.
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Tristan thought he’d found a safe new home when he moved to Brighton. But his past stalks him at every turn & his lover, Vincent, risks his life to keep him alive.
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Tips & Answers to Qs

Grammar 2.0

Confusing ‘who’ and ‘whom’

“Who” is used for the subject of a sentence and “whom” for the object.

If you can substitute “he,” “she,” or another noun, “who” should be used.

If you would use “her” or “him,” “whom” should be used.

Who is the smartest student? She is. To whom should we give top marks? To Her.

Thank you to Writer’s Digest for this wonderful chart

Lay vs Lie

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From the Editor's Desk

Sick Computer

Computers, Scanners & Faxes – Oh my!

So what does this have to do with writing, you ask? Well, everything. Especially when you can’t get what’s in your brain onto a save-able document.

In the past week the following complaints have be filed with the Department of I Hate Computers:

  • I haven’t downloaded all the programs into my printer so I can’t scan anything;
  • How do you scan? I can only fax;
  • I can scan, but it takes five files and two days to compile one document;
  • My computer is being held together by cardboard and tape;
  • My files compressed, and I don’t know what that means and how to un-compress them;
  • I don’t understand formatting;
  • The printer isn’t working and no one in this house knows how to fix it;
  • My computer crashed and I was ten pages away from writing, “The End.”

Variations of the above can be found in myriad acknowledgments in the front of books by writers from around the world thanking the person/people who helped them fix technical issues so they could get their books done.

To make the technical part of your writing life easier, here’s some recommended reading:

Remember to save everything to a thumb drive, “the cloud,” Dropbox, or some other storage device.

Happy Writing!