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Heart 2 Heart

by Carol Burnside Introducing… Heart 2 Heart, a short story collection by Carol Burnside. Ten flash fiction to long short stories in three sections! Cover art for Heart 2 Heart by CCR Book Cover Design. – See more at: http://www.petitfoursandhottamales.com/?p=22558#sthash.VdxvgDBS.dpuf Heart 2 Heart, a short story collection by Carol Burnside. Ten flash fiction to long […]

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Book Reviews by Carol Burnside

Yep, that’s right. I’ve been reading again. Here are a couple more I recommend. MAYBE SOMEDAY by Colleen Hoover (New Adult) At twenty-two years old, aspiring musician Sydney Blake has a great life: She’s in college, working a steady job, in love with her wonderful boyfriend, Hunter, and rooming with her good friend, Tori. But […]

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New book release and more coming!

by Carol Burnside Most of you know that one of my favorite places to go is the beach. I’ve always loved the tropics, but an eighteen month stay in Hawaii cemented my love of tropical living. When dreaming up new story ideas, I kept thinking of Oahu, Kauai, Maui, and other places I’ve visited. Cancun, […]

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Eight sentences for impact

by Carol Burnside Lately, I’ve been participating in the Facebook group,  Snippet Sunday. Every Sunday, participating writers share 8 to 10 sentences from a current WIP (work in progress) or past work on our blogs. We provide a link to our post in the comments of announcement on the group page. Then we go around […]

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Another Author First

by Carol Burnside I’ve been writing for eleven years now, but on the 14th of this month, I enjoyed a first in my writing career: a book in print! I’ve had short stories in print books, short stories in magazines both with and without bylines. I’ve had books, a novella and short stories in electronic […]

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Prologues and Epilogues: Yes or no?

by Carol Burnside It seems most readers and writers are divided on whether prologues and epilogues are necessary or not. I hadn’t given them much thought until I became an author. Apparently, I don’t like to end books and let go of my characters, because I have a tendency to add epilogues. Anyone who follows […]

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