Time to reflect back on the last four years. I started writing in 2012 with a Regency Romance Mystery which is still causing me lots of pain - this time with edits. Will I ever finish it...I hope so though I now realise how hard it is going to be to let go. This book…
Do you know anyone with a Service Animal. Find out a bit more about them in my next Indie Publishing News.
Issue 4 of the Indie Publishing News is due out on 10th of August. It will be a tad different. This time along with the usual I will be highlighting andhelping to teach you all about Service Animals, in particular Service Dogs. If anyone has any other Service Animals with stories I would be delighted to know about them.
A Service Dog with his Owner
I have been learning about the difficulties some people have with knowing how to deal with Service Dogs, what they can ask, what they can do and if they really are a servce dog. Like many things in life today, there are those out to take advantage of the system which gives real Service Dogs a bad name. One of the things I have noticed is that not all Service Dogs are one breed. So think about what to say, ask…
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What type of Reader are YOU
We all read books, be them eBooks or printed. As the Indie Author community continues to grow, the reviews for what Readers read are even more necessary. So what sort of reader are you? What do you look for? What annoys you? What makes a story awesome?
I love to read for the story. There are only a few things which annoy me in books. With Indie Authors it is the flow. If a book is stilted I find them very hard to read, the worst case scenario is I won’t finish it and I won’t leave a review unless I can find something positive to say.
In Traditional Published books I dislike finding American English in a book set in Historical England. It annoys the hell out of me. I have also noted now, since reading some great Indie Author books that I loath descriptions which go on for…
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Here are my answers to her 11 questions:
1) How long ago did you start blogging?
I first started blogging on Blogger probably around 2010 as a Family History Researcher. I moved over to WordPress as an author and publisher in 2015
2) What is your favourite day of the week?
Not sure I really have a favourite day. I like Monday’s – they are my catch up day business wise and also my voluntary work day at a local charity shop. I also like Fridays because I get to spend time with my husband.
3) What is the nicest thing you have ever done for a stranger?
I am one for helping others, so helping strangers is part of life. I have given money so someone could pay for something…
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Love these short stories of Campbell’s journey.
Patty L. Fletcher
Told by King Campbell Lee Seeing Eye Dog AKA Bubba
Spring and Summer 2016
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### 2. Learning To Use Team Power
One late night as King Campbell lay curled on the foot of his human mother’s bed, he heard the faint tinkle of dog tags off in the distance. He new it was time to travel again to the puppy nursery. It was time to tell the next part of his tail. He stretched himself out, and after making sure to clean his human mother’s hands and give her a good night kiss while putting his cold nose into her ear he let himself drift away.
Soon he was in the nursery and little puppies were yipping, chattering, and running all over. They’d grown since he’d been there…
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I am humbled and amazed by how well my first novella has been received. With 70+ reviews between Amazon and Goodreads, it has been a great joy to know that most readers have enjoyed ICE. Is it perfect? No, but the vast majority of readers have said that they enjoyed the small-town feel, the suspense, and the sense of community.
ICE tells the story of one fateful November morning when the the fictional town of Minterville, Georgia, is brutalized by vicious thugs. Twenty women are kidnapped and set in a death trap that can quite literally be described as cold. Time is ticking away as the rest of the town scrambles to come up with a viable rescue plan.
Here are what some reviewers have said about ICE:
“This book is a crazy (in a good way) mixture of supernatural, thriller, and mystery.” Emily Woodmansee, who gave it 4 stars.
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