#IWSG: Walking a Fine Line

Writing Secrets revealed on #IWSG authors' trials and triumphs. March 4 question - Other than the obvious holiday traditions, have you ever included any personal or family traditions/customs in your stories?The awesome co-hosts for the March 4 posting of the IWSG are Jacqui Murray,Lisa Buie-Collard,Sarah Foster,Natalie Aguirre, and Shannon Lawrence! Oh, yes! Forbidden's setting is in the near …

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Forbidden: First Five Thrilling Chapters

A treat for readers of chilling thrillers. For free, you can read the first five chapters of Forbidden. Click on the link above and discover why, once you read chapter one, you can't stop. See, hear, feel the terrible attack on fifteen American volunteers. How did one woman escape? Why did the city's mayor cover-up …

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Islam is Complex

I was provided with a free copy of "What a Muslim Would Say Book 2", and "Interfaith Dialogue and Debates" in exchange for an honest review. Let me begin by verifying that I am not a Muslim. However, since writing a novel (Forbidden, by F. Stone) wherein the setting is the Middle East and most …

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Book Review: What Would a Muslim Say?

I was provided with a free copy of What a Muslim Would Say in exchange for an honest review. Let me begin by verifying that I am not a Muslim. However, since writing a novel (Forbidden, by F. Stone) wherein the setting is the Middle East and most of the characters are Muslim, I have …

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I’m Getting Annoyed, Really Ticked Actually With Reviewers.

Reviewers Beware! Some readers have been quite harsh in commenting on Forbidden's seer - Eliza MacKay. I should be a bit more blase when it comes to being annoyed with people who believe being a seer is someone with a crystal ball, using super natural paranormal talents. In fact, we are all seers. To some …

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