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There are those authors  one reads to relax, those who make you laugh, those who teach...then there are those rare few who just leave you speechless. Their writing is that good. Nalini Singh is among those few.

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Imagine if you could push a magic button and make your next book release rise higher in the bestseller lists.This magical button is real.  It’s called an ebook preorder. The ebook preorder tips and strategies I’m about to share here aren’t just pie-in-the-sky theory.  They work.

Have you ever been wandering through the aisles of a book store or browsing the annals of Amazon, looked at all those amazing covers and wonder, “Wow, how do they get that?”   I know we have, so when VJ Dunraven, the owner of Period Images stock cover site invited InD’tale to experience the proce

Reading a bad script feels like a death sentence with a dull guillotine. What is the chief reason for this problem? The lack of meaningful antagonism. Identifying the story’s key antagonizing principle is of chief concern to a screenwriter adapting a novel into a script.

"Hope springs eternal in the human breast..." Alexander Pope sure knew what he was talking about when he wrote those lines back in 1732.  Hope is one of those things that I've always felt made us human...   It's what keeps us going, gets us out of bed in the morning, and during tough times gives

With Romantic Times Convention in New Orleans safely behind us (and I say safely because I was lucky enough to escape the flu that seemed to plague a number of my friends), and the 2014 convention season in full swing, I’d like to share a few conference tips and tidbits to those of you thinking a

The Miller sisters silently packed their things to leave. They chose to go with Melly, even Ashlin who stood to gain so much more by staying. The doctor insisted they take all the clothes and things he’d provided for them, having no use for them himself.







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