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Erika’s art designs are one of a kind, when it has been sold they are removed and never sold again. When you buy art from Erika Elmefors you buy the image file and all the rights are transferred to the purchaser.
Okay, I want to tell you the story about when I met Sally. With a small budget for my book writing hobby, I was given the idea to swap services with other individuals to secure an editing service. Thank you, that was great advice given on the Book Connector Facebook group!!!
I saw a post from Sally Dixon, who had all the necessary skills to start her editing services business, but just needed a chance to prove her worth. I jumped at what I deemed could be a good collaboration.
There are a lot of books to be both written and read in 2019. It’s so hard to choose! But I have narrowed down a short list. I have chosen twelve books for this year, one a month, since I do have a busy lifestyle, but hope to be able to squeeze in one or two more. I will list them below so that you can read them with me if you like. I love to discuss books so don’t be shy. Visit my YouTube channel (visit a video about this post) or my facebook page to share your opinions.
I am very delighted to be featured with my guest article on Nick Stephenson’s blog. My article gives tips on how to make your everyday life more efficient so that you will find more time for writing. I hope that it will inspire and help other authors. Read full article here.
Jenna is featuring my books Symmetry and Chromosomica in her unboxing video. If you haven’t seen her channel, subscribe, she is giving great advice for authors on top of being an author and a very pleasant and funny person. Watch the video here.
Mystery, passion, magic and the fringes of science fiction meld together in Symmetry, the new novel from author Therese Caruana. An original telling of an apocalypse foretold and an enlightening quest that sees her young protagonist questioning the facts and fictions of her known world. It’s an ambitious tale, both in terms of scope and action that Caruana tells with confidence. Her characters are aptly formed and interesting in their roles with her main protagonists subtly conveying their otherworldly origins through multiple narratives and perspectives. It is certainly an intriguing read, with her judicious use of poetry and biblical reference adding a beguiling depth of mystery. A read that doesn’t suffer from complexity of plot, which is easy to envisage and might easily be transitioned to wider mediums.
Written as the first book in her Science series, Symmetry marks a notable debut for author Therese Caruana and is sure to spark interest in her coming books. It is definitely recommended. In the spotlight.