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Poteet Victory

A fascinating genre-bending biography of a Native American artist Coined as a biography, it’s difficult to place Poteet Victory absolutely into that genre, as it is structured as a mostly-dialogue narrative. The Author’s Note at the end of the piece, describing the line between fact and fiction is necessary to get the full scope of how and what…

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The Moonballers

Jeffrey Sotto’s novel, The Moonballers, invokes mixed emotions—from laughing out loud to holding back tears. With a steady pace and a smooth writing style, this novel tells compelling stories about beautiful people who capture us and keep us hooked. The novel revolves around the Torpedo Valley Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Two-Spirited Tennis team. It opens with…

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Dead Drift

For two girls on the run, the rapids seem like the perfect adventure. But it might just be their last. At eighteen, Emmy Jenkins knows not to expect too much from life. She’s spent most of it bouncing from one foster home to another. The one thing she can count on is her foster sister…

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5 Tips for Self-Editing for Fiction Writers

“You just finished writing your novel! What are you going to do next?” This sounds a lot like the gameshow host’s proverbial, “You just won a million dollars! What are you going to next?” doesn’t it? I’ve never heard a game winner shout, “Edit!” but, “Self-edit!” should be every fiction writer’s answer. Completing a novel…

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