Smooth out the reading flow for your reader with transitions and transitional phrases that stream those ideas clearly, that keep your readers engrossed in your storyline…and coming back for more!
Month: November 2015
A quick recap of Janet Evanovich’s Hard Eight, To the Nines, Ten Big Ones, Eleven on Top, Twelve Sharp, and Lean Mean Thirteen in an hysterically funny romantic suspense series about a bounty hunter with attitude.
The mysterious mogul everybody wants. The woman he can’t resist. The Dom who masters both.
Subject: Navy SEAL Lieutenant Phillip Banks
Mission: Resist one saucy redhead’s attempts to de-Scrooge him…and seduce him!
Despite the fashion cycles of the comma, misusing and abusing the comma is all too common. Read this Word Confusion to learn where and when to use it.
It will be war unless Mags going undercover can find the weapons as Amily plays the diplomat, both working to keep Valdemar safe.
A lame, overly dramatic romantic suspense that butchers the end of Butcher’s Edge series.
This word confusion from KD Did It could blow up on you, as a writer’s pen can be a form of ordnance, just don’t violate any ordinances when you use it!
It’s lower-key humor as Flowers investigates murder – someone ticking names off a list as Sandford doles out clues with a stingy hand & pokes at government.
You can’t help laughing at this cute and very funny read about what woman “really” want from a man.