I see lots of new book releases in today’s edition plus several interesting posts with lists of other interesting books – Source
This is a good list of five books. I’ve only gotten to read Into the Wyld which was a lot of fun.
Today, the guys in the Goodreads Top 5 Wednesday group have an interesting topic, one which is straight forward and to the point: “Ideal Mash-Ups — You know those comp titles they list in synopses that read something like “perfect for fans of Harry Potter and Game of Thrones”! What would be some of your favorite mash ups, that would make you pick up a book? “A mix of ________ and ___________.”
To be honest, I’ve become a bit suspicious whenever books are advertised like this. Guess I’ve purchased too many loser books which were suppose to be a mixture of Tolkien and Game of Thrones. But I can certainly list a few mash-ups which would excite me enough to take a longer look at a novel.
5. George R.R. Martin meets Terry Pratchett!
Think of it: jokes, cleverness, and still enough violence and blood to satisfy even…
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How I’m adjusting to dictation and getting quite a lot done. Read about it over on Story Empire…
Hello Story Empire readers! I’d like to fly – at least when it comes to writing – rather than plodding along. There’s one tool I now use to do just that: Dragon Naturally Speaking.
Good thing you don’t have to train this dragon to dictate well.
When it comes to writing a book, there is a faster way without a huge expense which also feels like flying. In my last post, I described how I was working to clear my own logjam with available time and one of those changes was to spend a little money to address my constricted writing time. I purchased Dragon Naturally Speaking and set out to dictate so I could produce more words per hour than typing. To dictate well, it requires training Dragon – which sounds like the title of a couple of movies.
Training a Dragon is simple, especially when compared to the movie…
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