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The June Books ‘N Pieces Magazine is Ready For You

READ THE JUNE 2017 ISSUE: PDF: http://bit.ly/BNPJune2017ePub: http://bit.ly/BNPJune2017ePubFlip page: https://issuu.com/altpublish/docs/june2017bnp With each issue BNP gets stronger. Our readership as grown–which reminds me, if you have not signed up for a FREE subscription, please do so HERE, or bit.ly/Subscribe2BNP It is my hope that as we continue to add subscribers (free, by the way), and attract  even more […]

 

MAY 2017 ISSUE BNP EZINE

May 2017 Books ‘N Pieces Digital Magazine Enjoy this issue of Books ‘N Pieces featuring romance authors Devika Fernando, Arabelle Sheraton, YA author Fiona Ingram, with a short story by Henry Ohaegbulam (First place winner in our contest – different story), and mentions of Mike Wells, Robin Melhuish, book reviews, articles including The Changing Face […]

 

It’s All Been Done Before….

Let’s face it; nothing is original. Stories have been passed along in one form or another for centuries. Early stories were passed down orally, from one generation to another. At some point new ideas were regurgitated old ideas, in the same way that movies seem to all be variations on a theme. What’s a writer […]

 

What is Truth?

Determining the truth when you write a novel seems to be an important aspect of the process. The question remains, what is the truth and why does it matter? I present this question because in the creation of a written product, the truth, or what is considered the truth, is not relevant. The truth is […]

 

Don’t Hate Me Because I’m Wordy!

Amateur writers have a tendency to use more words than needed to convey their story.  For example, you might read:  It was a bright blue morning, and the splinters of sunlight pierced the solitary cloud that floated above the old, Victorian house.  There was a buzz of crickets filling the air, birds chirping melodiously, and […]

 

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