Author's Paradize
A collection of book reviews, releases and stories of authors and great books.
DEMOCRACY: A User's Guide by Joss Sheldon
What inspired you to write this book? I explain that in the introduction of "DEMOCRACY: A User's Guide". Here is what I say... "My previous book, “Individutopia”, tackled one of the subjects we will discuss in Part Four: The corporatocracy. In Individutopia, the main character seeks to free herself from corporate control; going in search of the sort of earthy, small-scale democracies we shall meet in Chapter One. Individutopia was well...
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8th November 2020
Falling Pomegranate Seeds: The Duty of Daughters by Wendy J Dunn
1. What inspired you to write this book?The same thing that inspired all my novels! I am passionate about shining a light on the female standpoint in history.2. The earliest incidents you recall from your life where you first felt you had a writer in you?My earliest incident of knowing I was meant to write was the morning when I was sent by my teacher to the headteacher of the...
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23rd July 2020
Breaking All The Rules: Rachael Richey
What inspired you to write this book?I had been wanting to try my hand at a romantic comedy, my daughter was getting married at the time, and it gave me a couple of ideas to explore regarding the lead up to a wedding. None of the events in the book happened to my daughter, I hasten to add!Breaking All The Rules was the result.The earliest incidents you recall from your...
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23rd July 2020
Seeking Love: A Sweet & Sensual Small Town Romance [Misty Springs Book 1] by Devika Fernando
What inspired you to write this book?I've lived in quite a few small towns and wanted to write a romance series set in a fictional small town in America.The earliest incidents you recall from your life where you first felt you had a writer in you?I've always loved books and writing came as naturally to me as reading. I wrote my first (very) short story when I was seven years...
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23rd July 2020
Grief: The Inside Story – A Guide to Surviving the Loss of a Loved One by Pat Bertram
Bio of the Book: Grief: The Inside Story- A Guide to Surviving the Loss of a Loved One by Pat Bertram debunks many established beliefs about what grief is and how it affects those left behind. More importantly, Bertram offers a clear and practical alternative to the usual platitudes and answers the questions most asked by the bereaved. How long does grief last? What can I do to help myself?...
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23rd July 2020
Identified by Mark D Radford
Authors Paradize Features Select Authors for these Stories. Here's the inspiring feature of author of the book - Identified. Read ON!
What inspired you to write this book?It was back in 2004, I was reading a novel, and the old saying-there is a book in all of us came to mind. I had an idea in my head, and it all started from there. At the time, I had no idea how much enjoyment I would get from writing. As soon as I finished my first novel, I knew that I...
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19th July 2020
Ravensrise: A Book By Claire Casey
What inspired you to write this book? It started out as a challenge between me and my best friend. She was writing for me, and I was writing for her. Ravensrise came out of that. The earliest incidents you recall from your life where you first felt you had a writer in you? I was in Primary 3, so I was about 7 or 8 years old. The headteacher in my school had...
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19th July 2020
THE (IN)FIDELITY FACTOR: Points to Ponder Before You Cheat by Elda M.Lopez
What inspired you to write this book? I became annoyed with infidelity running rampant in all walks of life. Also, I have experience on both sides of the fence. I wanted to share what I've researched, and learned, to inspire infidelity prevention. The earliest incidents you recall from your life where you first felt you had a writer in you? In elementary school (USA), I used to write poems and stories for school...
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14th July 2020
7 Tips for Having Your Novel Become a Movie
A fiction novel writer's dream come true moment can't get better than knowing that the novel turned into a movie; much like it happened for JK Rowling, DAN Brown or so many others who took the world by a wave of thrilling entertainment. Here's a set of tips from Chris Arnold & Helen Blakeman. Read ON!
If you’re writing a novel, well done…! But why only think of your audience as being the readers who turn the pages of your book? You should be thinking about turning heads… That’s why choosing the right publisher for your book really matters. Any 21st-century publisher will want to make your book a success - it’s their job. However, an innovative and connected publisher, such as heroicbooks.com, will think way beyond your...
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24th June 2020
8 Rules To Follow While Writing Fiction Novels
"Fiction is next to God" was rightly quoted at a conference. It indeed takes us into a reality yet unknown but by all means could/can exist. If you're one of those writers who is setting your imagination free to come up with your next fiction novel, here's what you need to remember. Read ON!
Who doesn’t love a good novel? If you love novels you know that most stories are fictional. Fictional writing consists of stories whose objectives are to entertain and relay the author’s point of view on a particular subject or issue. If you want to write fictional novels, you need to follow certain rules. Before you start writing, have a look at the narrative rules explained here so you can get...
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19th May 2020