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Author Interviews: Shelby Londyn-Heath and The Twilight Tsunami

Shelby Londyn-Heath writes from her life’s view point. She has been a writer since she first learned how to put letters onto paper. She lives in a world of my own making, trekking to make-believe lands where she meets with kings and queens to draw up treaties and bring back rare jewels. She has travelled […]

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Book Excerpt: The Twilight Tsunami by Shelby Londyn-Heath

CHAPTER ONE The Hospital GREY STOOD QUIETLY next to the hospital bed. “Mrs. Jaspers, your baby has tested positive for cocaine.” Grey knew from experience that talking in a low voice helped hold back the negative emotions of a child’s removal, before anger and defiance from parents swept around him like a dangerous tempest. Mrs. […]

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A Writing Tip to Get your Readers to Return by Shelby Londyn-Heath

Writer’s workshops and creative writing classes teach writers the same thing: have confidence and never quit writing. Granted, this is good advice and writers should heed it, but let me give you another tip: believe in your readers.    Have faith that your readers will arrive at your writing with eager imaginations. When you trust your […]

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