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How to Write an Urban Fiction Novel is one of my most read articles on Urban Fiction News Magazine. People are curious as to what makes this genre so much different from other genres. They are interested in learning how to write a compelling story in the urban fiction genre
Join K.C Baylor as she takes us a quick guide to writing and creating the best urban fiction novel you can. Things like character development, storyline, plot and drama sequences that makes you a better writer but more importantly to make you a better overall storyteller.
Title of Episode: The Ladies of Elite Fiction Present: The G-Spot Radio Show
The Ladies of Elite Fiction present The G-Spot Radio Show: Launch of Awesomeness!
Your hosts for the night: Sheila, Samantha, and Vanessa.
Tonight we will be playing music from:
Wiltshire and the Chosen Few https://www.facebook.com/wiltshiremusic
Da Real Notty https://www.facebook.com/dareal.notty?fref=ts
(N) Ception https://www.facebook.com/nceptionmusic
Exclusive interviews with photographer Stephanie to highlight her work which can be found on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SnapsBySteph and Abby Beers to highlight her artistic abilities.
We will be focusing on letting everyone know about what they can expect from future shows!
Why the name "The G-Spot Radio Show"? That's simple, because it's just that good! ;)
We talk a lot about breaking the rules when writing fiction, but there are some rules that are good to stick with, at least when it comes not to your particular style, but your approach to writing fiction. We found some great tidbits of advice to help get authors focused on some of the most important aspects of writing fiction.
This is list is from a pin we found on Pintrest via The Ghost Writer, so thanks for sharing!
Where did the season go? We preview the final weekend at Grundy County Speedway including the special Sunday Night of Features program. Plus Grundy & Illiana both have Fan Appreciation nights this weekend. Tune in LIVE at 8PM as Dan, Gary and Steve talk local racing in the Chicagoland area.
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It has been my experience that many homeowners facing foreclosure don’t know what to expect when considering a short sale of their home. For many homeowners short sales are mysterious real estate transactions that are clouded by over burdensome paperwork, a lack of personal knowledge on the process and finally, inapt real estate agents who don’t have a clue. I have spent countless hours cleaning up the mistakes of other so called “Short Sale Professionals”. I am under no illusions as to why so many homeowners are confused or even mislead. In an effort to shed some light on this type of real estate transaction, I want to share with you some short sale basics. Most all homeowners should expect these basic steps to be completed by their real estate agent and their bank when considering a short sale.
Join LTBR hosts Stephanie and Lauren as they chat with dark genre fiction writer Paula D. Ashe about her work.
Paula D. Ashe lives in the Midwest with her wife. She has published a number of short stories and a novella in publications such as Deviant Minds, Nexus Literary Magazine, and Indiana Science Fiction Anthology 2011. She teaches creative writing, freshman composition, argument, and world literature at a community college.
LIVE at 8PM we'll chime in on the Kevin Ward Jr. - Tony Stewart deal that took place over the weekend as well as talk about all the local racing action in the Chicago area over the weekend. We'll also preview the Frank Welch 94 Memorial this Friday night at Grundy County Speedway. Join Gary, Dan and Steve
"There are some themes, some subjects, too large for adult fiction: They can only be dealt with adequately in a children’s book.” ~ Phillip Pullman
This week on the radio show will being taking this quote from Phillip Pullman to heart and talking about why Young Adult fiction is a great place for discussing deep topics like maturity, sexuality, drugs and alcohol, relationships, and so much more. Many of these topics are difficult to fully capture in adult fiction and are best dealt with amid the excitement, intimidating, and often scary years of young adulthood.
Shannon Celebi writes speculative fiction in all its weird and wonderful forms. Residing in Ashland, Oregon with her husband, her son, two neurotic cats, and a dilapidated laptop named Persephone, Shannon has two collections of short stories, Small Town Ghosts, and Small Town Demons, available on Amazon at http://amzn.to/19lodTU.
Shannon spends every waking hour at her computer, but if she gets a brief moment of respite you can usually find her curled up on the sofa with a kick-ass book and a steaming mug of Joe (Sumatra from Starbucks is her favorite). Shannon also enjoys windsurfing (not), hang-gliding (super not) and long walks on the beach (maybe).
Shannon has far too many favorite books to list in this little space, but if she had to pick three, she'd probably say, "This Body by Laurel Doud, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, and Heart Shaped Box' by Joe Hill." Of course, she couldn't pick just three, so she'd also name, The Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin, The Shining by Stephen King, and Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn.