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Shuichi Yoshida’s Villain: #CrimeFiction at Its Best and a Kaleidoscope of Modern #Japanese Society

“Crimes as serious as murder should have strong emotions behind them.”  – George Orwell Crime fiction, especially the Nordic Noir type, has been my favourite genre of reading for a number of years. Every time I go to a book … Continue reading

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Character-driven Fiction, Fine Dialogues and Great Writing – @EdenBaylee’s New Mystery Set in the Sunny Caribbean

My Rating: 5 Stars It’s a been a joy to read this exciting and engaging mystery. I started it a few nights ago. It pulled me in straight away. A host of characters are gathered in the fabulous location of … Continue reading

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#Review of Trials of Life

Vanessa Wu rated it 5 of 5 stars  I spent a good while reading this book and returned to it many times to re-read passages and think about what I’d read. It stirred up many emotions because the situations were … Continue reading

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How to Write Dialogue – An #IndieAuthor’s Ultimate Guidebook

Have you ever met stranger at a party who started a long, boring monologue which you couldn’t wait to get away from? Or were you sitting next to someone at a dinner table who just would not shut up? I … Continue reading

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