Source: SIGNS OF A SERIAL KILLER
Better than a parental lecture!!!
I DEDICATE THIS book to my best friend Sue Belote, who lost her life at only eighteen years of age. A serial killer took my friends life away. I know Sue wanted me to write this book to help young girls around the world, be able to detect a potential serial killer.Signs of a Serial Killer with Crystal Clary
Purchase at AMAZON My friend Sue and I had spent so much time together we felt like sisters. We had made so many plans for our future, as young girls do. We would graduate from school, get married,…
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Don’t have a flabby middle
When you write a novel it is important to make sure the middle doesn’t go south or become flabby. Editors and agents love to be grabbed on page 1. If by page 75 you still have them engaged, you are truly making your mark. You want to treat every page, sentence, and chapter as the most interesting part of the story. This simply means, every word is more important than the last one.