Authors, Are You Longing to Write Something Different?

Are You Longing to Write Something Different?

Some writers and authors feel that they are stuck writing in a particular genre. They may be very popular romance or thriller writers, but at some point in their authorly journey they wonder if they could write a children’s book or a non-fiction work. However, changing writing styles takes effort, and then their new work …

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Write and We Will Share Your Story

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What thoughts or ideas does it evoke? What happens next? What just happened? Who is the little girl with the magnifying glass? What is she looking for or looking at? Send your entry to our Facebook Page. A selection will be chosen for next month’s publication. Enter Here  

Gutsy Girl – Enthralled Magazine Book of the Month

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Gutsy Girl – Review by Susan Day Gutsy Girl is the sort of book you shouldn’t read in a quiet place, like a library or on public transport. This is because there are some genuinely funny laugh-out-loud moments that are far too irresistible. Holding your laughter in can be injurious to your health so I …

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The Night You Went Away Patricia Furstenberg

enthralled magazine The Night You Went Away Patricia Furstenberg

Each month enthralled magazine publishes poems  When all’s asleep and night is calm And cats on windows, birds in trees and even owls rest, A dog wakes up for he has heard: The call of that one bird. The birds that sings But once.     And in the middle of the night, when mice …

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What Authors Don’t Understand About Blogging and Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Enthralled Magazine What Authors Don’t Understand About Blogging and Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Blogging like many things is a science or it should be viewed as one at least. It’s not just a practice where an author, writer or blogger puts down their thoughts and ideas; there is a lot more to blogging than that. Truth is, authors and writers being the more creative types tend to approach …

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Do You Buy Books from Strangers or Authors You Know?

Do You Buy Books from Strangers or Authors You Know? Enthralled Magazine

One Indie author goes out of her way to help and encourage other authors. In this in-depth article, Debbie from Random Musings ask some pertinent questions all authors should consider. As she says, you most likely to purchase a book from an author you’ve never seen before. As any Indie author knows, writing a book …

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How did I get here? A Writer’s Journey from Reluctant Author to Movie

A Writer’s Journey from Reluctant Author to Movie Enthralled Magazine

Our feature article January 2018 is a remarkable story of a woman who became an author so she could tell the story of another woman’s life. Taking Aim At The President, is a remarkable story, but like many true tales, the story behind the story is just as interesting. This is Geri Spieler’s story… I …

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Why Writing Time-Travel is Easier Than You Think

enthralled magazine Why Writing Time-Travel is Easier Than You Think

Canadian writer, Barbara Avon has a passion for writing and telling stories. Never dulled by naysayers, Barbara talks to us this month about how she created a time travel book, which leaves science behind. It was brought to my attention (not so subtly) that I must be insane to attempt to write a time-travel themed …

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Writers Need to Explore More

Writers Need to Explore More Enthralled Magazine

Writers and other explorers – and all people – today face many profound and often difficult challenges: how to ensure own personal survival and wellbeing, for our family and loved ones; how to ideally help people in our local community, state, nation, country, and worldwide; and how to solve environmental, political and other problems on …

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Bringing your manuscript to life as a picture book

Enthralled magazine Bringing your manuscript to life as a picture book

Professional Illustrator, Dayne Sislen, talks to us this month about what goes into illustrating a picture book. So you have finally finished writing and re-writing your picture book manuscript. You have had it critiqued and edited and hopefully read it to more than a few children of the appropriate age. You are ready to make …

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