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Link List: http://braintobooks.co/ http://www.angelabchrysler.com/ Goodreads Groups: Angela B. Chrysler & IAVG https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/163136-angela-b-chrysler-and-iavg The Bookshelf: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/151778-the-book-shelf Brain to Books: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/151234-brain-to-books Brain to Books Bloggers: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/172266-brain-to-books-bloggers Brain to Books Cyber Convention: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/154267-2015-brain-to-books-cyber-convention-formally-the-author-cyber-convention Brain to Books Cyber Convention (ADMINISTRATION): https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/154355-brain-to-books-cyber-convention-administration Giveaways: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/160972-giveaways

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Paid Reviews and the Dilemma of Self-Published Credibility

Paid Reviews and the Dilemma of Self-Published Credibility by J. Edward Ritchie One of the biggest challenges that every self-published author has to face is generating credibility. With over a million books released every year, how can a serious writer separate their work from the half-hearted dregs and vanity projects that are inundating the market? […]

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Happy Halloween!

I feel I should do something for Halloween. I really want to do something for Halloween. Instead of writing up something and throwing out that short little something, I decided to pull one of the darkest, most horrific sections I could find in Broken and share it with you. I must warn you, this section […]

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The Psychology and Subconscious of the Fictional

The Psychology and Subconscious of the Fictional by Angela B. Chrysler A blank page. Endless possibilities stare back at the writer. They start with a character that stares back up at them—nameless, faceless, void of identity and gender. So the writer invents a face. A name is chosen (unless you are H.G.Wells), and with it […]

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