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  • The New Freelance: A Book for Writers by Amanda Layman

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      • Genre: Erotica, Erotic Romance, LGBT

        Publisher: Chained Hearts Publishing

        Date of Publication: July 23, 2020

        ASIN: B08DL1JL96

        Number of pages: 205

        Word Count: Appx. 65,000 words

        Cover Artist: Chris Wallace

        Tagline: In this series of twisted fairy tales you'll learn about the steamy encounters the original writers left out. From a gay Pied Piper to Cinderella's Sex Coach and even a wild encounter on a hunt for bigfoot, these stories reveal a wild side of your favorite fairy tale characters.

        Blurb:

        We are in the midst of the holiday season. COVID put a monkey wrench into my live book promotion plans, but I was able to do quite a bit online. I participated in two blog tours for two of my books. I took out ads in online romance web sites. I did a newsletter booster, and I did some live chats on Facebook. 

        Halloween is right around the corner, so I thought I'd write about famous horror movie locations. I used to work in the movies and on TV. I mostly worked as a gaffer (lighting) but I also did scenic painting and makeup including F/X. I did lighting for "Die Hard With A Vengeance" and the movie "12 Monkeys". I did makeup for the TV show "Homicide: Life On The Street". I also did crew work for a slew of concerts and stage shows, so the making of movies and TV has always interested me. I also like to travel, especially to haunted locations, so I always check to see where something is filmed.

        It may be true that many writers suffer from Imposter Syndrome. If that's the case, life is hard enough for a writer. Don't make it worse by making the following statements.

        I wish I had time to write.

        Such a comment makes it sound like you the writer are wasting time honing your craft.

        I'd write, but I have a real job.

        Here is a rare, practically unheard of experience for me: I have writers block.

        LITERARY ARTS CONGRATULATES THE WINNERS
        OF THE 2020 OREGON BOOK AWARDS
        During a special broadcast on OPB Radio, the winners of the 33rd Annual Oregon Book Awards, selected by panels of out-of-state judges, were announced.

        ELOISE JARVIS MCGRAW AWARD FOR CHILDREN’S LITERATURE
        Cathy Camper of Portland
        Lowriders Blast from the Past (Chronicle Books)
        Judges: Pablo Cartaya, Amy Pattee, Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich

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