Many writers, including A S Byatt, have said their books sort of wrote themselves, though if you go with F. Scott Fitzgerald’s assertion that “Great books write themselves, only bad books have to be written” then spirits have exclusively great taste.
Writing That Novel: The Paranormal Method by Jennie Gillian
I will be making a huge giveaway of WHITE FOXES novel during the whole November! Anyone can get the Digital Advance Reader’s Edition, just contact me and I’ll sent your copy via email. There are no rules to get this book, because:
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I want to celebrate my late birthday as well as the birth of the 2nd book in the Royal Arcanum series, which is; WHITE FOXES that will be published in December 2016. This book is the sequel to Royal Arcanum novel, about 18-year-old Cathy Charlotte who moves with her mom to The Bronx, New York to continue her college life along with her best friend, Josh Kingsley. Unexpectedly, their life have to encounter such a phenomenal issue, involving the police, public media, and the bloody secret within one royal family that people are deathly fear of, which is known as White Foxes.
After you contact me via form below, I will add you to the waiting list, and your copy will be delivered to your email in the late November 2016.
\ (•◡•) / I am very excited for this celebration. \ (•◡•) /
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Yeay, I never imagine my life would turn this way, especially to feel my eyes glossy for hugging these babies! *I mean these books.
Saya sangat senang bisa memiliki kesempatan untuk merasakan pengalaman yg begitu berharga, yap, menulis dan menjadi orang paling pertama yg membaca bukunya!
As in Kindle Free Days (May 14th 2016), Royal Arcanum is achieving a new rank in Metaphysical Fiction:
Thank you for downloading Royal Arcanum novel on Kindle Store!
I hope you enjoy reading it 😊
This is my first book review on WordPress, actually I’m about to review four books at once. Hush Hush, Crescendo, Silence, and Finale, all by Becca Fitzpatrick. I am going to review about what I like and I don’t.
Yeay, I finished this series in about two months, I guess? (Sept – Oct)
Back in 2009, the first impression I used to have toward Hush Hush was I thought it tried to doppelganger The Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyer, that made me hated it, more like I resented it. But guess what, I was wrong all along in a fact beyond what I never know behind the publishing industry since there were so many similarity in both worlds of those books. Continue reading