Christmas Eve (for an non-traditional girl) in Istanbul. A photoblog

One must start the day off at Starbucks, and yes, Cats are revered in Turkey, in the Islam religion, so this beauty was saying hello to everyone before she went on her independent Christmas Eve day. I sent Santa this above message and followed it up with the one below, because last year I was … Continue reading Christmas Eve (for an non-traditional girl) in Istanbul. A photoblog

Yes, FREE to read!

Have you heard about Kindle Unlimited? If you're a reader you want to have a Kindle Unlimited Membership. For $9.99 per month you've got over a million titles to choose from. Currently, all my titles are free to read in Kindle Unlimited. If you love mystery/suspense/spies/female heroines & a genius billionaire, the Code Raven Series is … Continue reading Yes, FREE to read!

My 10 All-time favorite books

  You know I’m right in the middle of the action in a great plot for novella #5 in my JET Kindle World series, but I can’t resist answering this Quora question. But it’s not going to be what you expect at all. Each book has affected me on an emotional level or given me … Continue reading My 10 All-time favorite books

Wow!

© Lynda Filler Photography 2017 © Lynda Filler Photography 2017 © Lynda Filler Photography 2017 Welcome to my world. Puerto Vallarta Mexico Author Lynda Filler delivers yet another exceptional romance thriller with ‘VANISHED in the SUN’, an edgy nail biter novel set in the sultry, sexy coastal Mexico play land of Puerto Vallarta. Lovers Mia … Continue reading Wow!

A Thriller – Vanished in the Sun by Lynda Filler (A Review)

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)

The Secret of a Successful Mystery: Making the Reader a Participator – WRITERS HELPING WRITERS®

reblog: from The Writing Coach, Excellent POV. Thanks A lot of great stories have a mystery in them. The mystery may not be the primary focus; it might be the secondary, or the mystery might be so minor it lasts only a few chapters... Source: The Secret of a Successful Mystery: Making the Reader a … Continue reading The Secret of a Successful Mystery: Making the Reader a Participator – WRITERS HELPING WRITERS®

WOW! The Lone Gladio by Sibel Edmonds

I said it once and I'll say it again. WOW! Is this the world we live in? Hooked from page one, I could not, literally could not put this book down. If you like your conspiracy theories, the CIA, the Pentagon, FBI you name, this novel is for you. There are no traditional book reviews … Continue reading WOW! The Lone Gladio by Sibel Edmonds

5 Reasons to Hire a Professional Book Editor

http://writenonfictionnow.com/5-reasons-hire-professional-book-editor/ By Piers Golden I often field questions about editing. Many aspiring authors think they can self-edit their work, and they can. But that’s not enough. They need a second set of eyes—and sometimes a third—on their work before it gets published. Today, Piers Golden offers five reasons why you should hire a professional editor … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Hire a Professional Book Editor

“An overnight success is 10 years in the making.” Tom Clancy

Think Long Term. Create A Body Of Work. This is an excerpt from The Successful Author Mindset. Out now in ebook, print, workbook and audiobook formats by Joanna Penn. When we see stories in the media about a particular author who made it big, who seemed to come from nowhere, there are usually years of … Continue reading “An overnight success is 10 years in the making.” Tom Clancy