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T.J. says her writing style is fun and imaginative. She says, “I write with such vivid imagery that the reader can’t help but to see the scenes unfold in their minds. You can’t help but put yourself in the main character’s shoes.”
She finds her inspiration in bits and pieces from every day happenings in her life or from others. She then twists them, shapes them and bends them into something so unreal that she says it could be real. That sounds like a typical Saturday night for me.
Friend and author Kristen James contacted me with some exciting news about her latest release:
“Hi Stephen, I wanted to share my new release with you, called How to Be A Full Time Writer. I thought some of your fans might find it useful if they’re interested in using writing to earn money outside of writing fiction, or even with ghostwriting fiction. It’s how I created my work from home job.”
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