Honesty can be brutal. And it can be scary. But it can also save your life. When I sat down to write LOVE, The Beat Goes On, many habits that helped me achieve my life goals came back to me. One was the vision board. In the early nineties, I was living in Montreal, worried … Continue reading AKA Honesty Can Be Brutal
Sometimes I forget. OSHO sits on my night table. The Beloved is one of the few hard cover books I own. It's the moving and traveling--the way I love to live my life. It doesn't lend itself to a library of hundreds, or thousands, of books. I'm a nomad at heart. I could live my … Continue reading Life, Lust & Love
Source: Lynda Filler Does JET Kindle Worlds! Memories!!! Russell Blake has Jet on sale today. Check out his awesome writing! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WRJ7I66 http://goo.gl/fp5dAF Lynda Filler JET-Exposed
“I read the book in one sitting- all I can say is that I am glad you were ready to write because I was ready to read!” “Your journey has been nothing short of amazing and I am so glad you told it; I believe that it will help many.” LOVE The Beat Goes On … Continue reading LOVE The Beat Goes On now Live
by Meet Edgar.Com They said at the time that reactions would end up influencing their algorithm – and now, they finally are. As you probably know, Facebook assigns values to the actions users take in the News Feed, and adds up those values to determine how many people should see a post. When reactions were … Continue reading Facebook Reactions Are Now More Valuable Than Likes
How do you plot? Or do you? When I wrote my first novella, JET-Exposed fanfiction for Russell Blake's JET series I followed his direction and plotted. I use an Excel spread sheet and then refer back for each subsequent JET story when plotting the next. I discovered this screenshot of JK Rowling's method amongst over … Continue reading Why is Harry Potter by JKRowlings so successful?
One of the best things about being a reader of indie authors is watching them develop and master their craft from book to book. I have been able to do that with Lynda Filler and her Carlos and Mia series, with first Target in the Sun and now the sequel, Vanished in the Sun.Although I … Continue reading A Thriller – Vanished in the Sun by Lynda Filler (A Review)
Source: Beating the Block by Russell Blake Beating the Block 10 February 2017 by Russell Blake Published in: Uncategorized 1 comment I am routinely asked by fellow authors how to get over “writer’s block.” Here are my thoughts, as well as my technique. First off, there is no writer’s block, at least as far as … Continue reading Beating the Block by Russell Blake
In 1970, Chilean poet Pablo Neruda (1904-1973) sat down for an interview with The Paris Review just months before abandoning his campaign for president, running as the Chilean Communist Party candidate. American author Rita Guibert conducted the interview at Neruda’s home in Isla Negra, just south of Valparaiso: Oh, there is no advice to give … Continue reading Pablo Neruda, on the Intersection of Politics and Poetry, Longreads
"VANISHED in the SUN, second edition of this exhilarating romance thriller series by powerfully engaging novelist Lynda Filler is finally here! Reminiscent of TARGET in the SUN, first edition in the series, ‘VANISHED’ is an exciting and natural extension to the debut novel in which we saw lovers Mia and Carlos ultimately find a new lease on life..."