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I am currently reading Hannah Pakula's The Last Empress. It is a history that follows both the individual who makes it and the surrounding masses of humans who also make it as they follow (or have no choice) the leaders good and poor the rocky road to their dreams. History does not truly change, only its colors and manners we chose to exhibit.

The Wolf Riders of Keldarra series available as a Kindle box set

The first three books of my epic fantasy series The Wolf Riders of Keldarra is available to be puchased as a Kindle box set:

http://amzn.to/2rRWWLU


It’s just about that time…yes, it’s almost summer, but that also means: new K.A. Tucker!!!!!
We’re so excited for the release of UNTIL IT FADES…on-sale June 27, 2017!

T - 3 days and counting...

It's come down to the final pre-sale weekend. Only three days left to purchase the ebook at $3.99 before it goes up to $8.99 on Monday.

The trade paper and hardcover editions have hit Amazon and Barnes and Noble bestseller lists so they're discounting both editions by 20%. That's a deal, right?

Join us for the virtual launch party on Facebook. We'll be going away all kinds of swag: T-shirts, signed books, and a Kindle Fire.

Check out this short intro I just made for my #WriteTip video series on YouTube. I'm pretty happy with how it came out.
#WriteTip for Beginners: Free-Writing

Jonathan Fesmire

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5ukFYNtH58

• Always establish clear requirements. If you don’t understand about what your professor wants from you, then you can’t expect your writer to understand. So always try to write a set of clear requirements about your assignment and discuss each one of the requirements with your writer. In this way you can avoid misunderstanding and you can make sure that whether the final result is close to your expectations or not.

Portland Arts & Lectures brings the world’s most celebrated writers, artists, and thinkers to our community.

In addition to live lectures that are also broadcast statewide on The Archive Project on OPB radio, the program connects renowned authors with readers and writers of all ages through classroom visits and writing workshops.

EPIC's eBook Competition is open!

Please read the rules carefully before entering. Consult the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for more information before sending questions to the Competitions Chair. Get your questions answered before you complete the form. Changes will not be made.

Eligibility and Rules

Entries will be accepted from June 1, 2016 to July 15, 2016.

Entry Fee: $25 for EPIC members, $35 for non members.

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