(by Lani Woodland, Melonie Piper, Rita Webb, Wendy Swore, Melanie Marks, Heather McCubbin, Evan Joseph)
Annd . . . what do I think so far? This is a compilation of short stories, all with a paranormal twist. What's better than ghosts and hugging? Blood and romance? Vampires and kissing?
What a fun read. Each story has a little fear and an enticing love interest.
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- Paperback on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/0615572324)
- Paperback on Barnes and Noble: Coming Soon!
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- Book Club Discussion: http://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/736565-january-transcendent-paranormal-anthology
5 Tips for Writing Short Stories
1. Pick one point in time for the main character--a tragedy, a life changing experience, a moment of clarity.
2. Start as close to the climax as possible. Hit this hard upfront, in the first paragraph if possible.
3. Include three sets of choices and consequences (No, 3 is not magical, but you have to start somewhere)
4. Order those from bad to worse.
5. Include romance (this is my personal favorite tip for any story)