Silver’s Book Reviews – “NO MORE MULBERRIES,” By Mary Smith

Title:  No More Mulberries Author: Mary Smith File Size: 735 KB Print Length: 262 pages Page Numbers Source ISBN: Publisher: King Street Press; 2 edition Publication Date: October 1, 2011 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English ASIN: B005RRDZ12 Formats: Paperback and Kindle Goodreads Genres: Women's Fiction, Romance, World Literature *The author provided me with a copy of the book in exchange for an honest … Continue reading Silver’s Book Reviews – “NO MORE MULBERRIES,” By Mary Smith

Get Paid to Write: How to Make Your First $100 as a Freelance Writer

  Have you thought about becoming a PAID freelance writer but aren't sure where to start? This article is for you! ❤ So you want to become a freelance writer, but you don't know where to start? Our guide will help you stop spinning your wheels and get paid to write. Source: Get Paid to … Continue reading Get Paid to Write: How to Make Your First $100 as a Freelance Writer

Recipes from My Kitchen Made with Love

After sharing some scrumptious photos yesterday of things that are "sweet," Hugh, from Hugh's Views and News, asked me to share the recipes that go along with the photos I submitted for his photo challenge. Here they are! Ron's Banana Bread I swear I just bought those bananas a few days ago!  Nevertheless, there on … Continue reading Recipes from My Kitchen Made with Love

How To Write A Novel Outline (Like the Lady Boss You Are!) — She’s Novel

Are you starting your first novel? Here are some great novel outlining tips! ❤ Hello again, lovely ladies of the internet! Did you know that you're a lady boss? Yes, you! If you're feeling a bit confused, allow me to break it down for you. Lady Boss - noun.1. part lady, part boss. 2. (In literature) … Continue reading How To Write A Novel Outline (Like the Lady Boss You Are!) — She’s Novel

Silver’s Word of the Week – VACUOUS

If it's Friday – it's Silver's Word of the Week! I decided that it would be fun to offer a different word each week with its meaning and use it in a couple of sentences to see if I could learn some new words to expand my vocabulary. Join me and see if together we … Continue reading Silver’s Word of the Week – VACUOUS

Hugh’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Week 18 – Sweet

I have been so busy writing I have not had much time to join in Hugh's FUN photo challenge! So here I am this week excited because the word is "SWEET!" Of course, this conjures up all kinds of wonderful things that are fattening. What the heck? It's EASTER week! Time to Enjoy the sweets … Continue reading Hugh’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Week 18 – Sweet

The Half-Blood Prince Guide to Question Arcs | Better Novel Project

More great information on adding question arcs to your story from my favorite site, The Better Novel Project! ❤ This is a guest post by Jed Herne, author of the forthcoming novel, The Aeon Academy. A question arc in your novel can help build suspense: Suspense: a state or condition of mental uncertainty or excitement, as … Continue reading The Half-Blood Prince Guide to Question Arcs | Better Novel Project

#WQWWC Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge – MAGIC

It's time to join in for the third "Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge," co-sponsored with Ronovan Hester of Ronovan Writes, right here on SilverThreading.com and myself, Silver Threading! Please use #WQWWC on Twitter so we can retweet you. Welcome!  This is an open invitation to join in on our blogging event called the "Writers Quote Wednesday Writing … Continue reading #WQWWC Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge – MAGIC

Analysis of a Book Reviewer

I hope you all don’t mind me tooting my own horn and reblogging this post. ❤

Lit World Interviews

Did you ever wonder what it was like to write about other people’s writing? That is the job of a book reviewer. I always wanted to be a freelance writer, and for me reviewing books is a perfect example of what a freelance writer does. I write book reviews as a public service to readers and authors alike, sharing my opinions of what I read.

Book reviewers are a valuable asset to all writers. I believe all serious writers should write reviews on other author’s books. The lessons learned are invaluable and will benefit your own writing. This process works for me. I see a marked improvement in my own writing skills since I began reading and sharing other writer’s work.

I follow a format designed to bring out the best aspects of any author’s work. The idea is to express my thoughts about a book in as honest a…

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