Book Review: Aloha Rose by Lisa Carter

Want to hear ocean waves and smell salty air? Pick up Aloha Rose by Lisa Carter for an inexpensive jaunt to Hawaii! Backcover copy: When Laney Carrigan sets out to find her birth family, her only clue is the Hawaiian quilt—a red rose snowflake appliquéd on a white background—in which she was found wrapped as […]

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Book Review: High-Stakes Holiday Reunion by Christy Barritt

If you want a solid suspense filled read, pick up High-Stakes Holiday Reunion, you will not be disappointed! Backcover copy: When Christopher Jordan sees the fear in Ashley Wilson’s eyes, he knows he can’t let her request for help go unanswered. Despite their tumultuous history, he’s the only person his ex-fiancée can trust to find […]

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Three Views Within Scrivener

There are three main views within Scrivener that relate to planning and story organization: One view is the Manuscript View. In the Binder it represents the overall book/part/chapter/scene organization your work follows. By creating a parent/child structure the binder really gives you a nice high level outline view of your work. More on the structure […]

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