Tag Archives: The Silla Project

If you only read one book … The Silla Project

As some of you know, I spend part of my time editing works of other novelists.  Different editors have different strengths – mine is word flow and characters.  I try to make it so you forget that you are reading … Continue reading

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Review: The Silla Project by John C. Brewer

I read suspense novels for their tight, well-conceived plot lines, but it isn’t my favorite genre because the characters are flat and don’t change much. Well, author John C. Brewer has blown that out of the water with his new … Continue reading

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Farewell and Hello!

Farewell, 2011. What a year!  In 2011, PlotForge and it’s authors were energized but a bit out of place at the SCBWI conference in New York; learned new tips at the Pikes Peak Writers Conference; refined, edited and further refined … Continue reading

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