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Karen's Story - The Museum of Fractured Lives
Karen's Story - The Museum of Fractured Lives

5.0 out of 5 stars Engrossing tale, 26 Oct. 2013
in her second story in The Museum of Fractured Lives series, Sally has written an unusual story with some unexpected twists towards the end.

Her portrayal of the protagonist, Karen, is vivid and believable. I sympathized with her, despite her self-centered and destructive behavior. Karen does try to make amends but fails to undo the damage she has caused to her married lover. I don't want to give away too much of the story so you'll have to read it to know more.

All in all, a jolly good read.


Arthur Pong And His Smelly Song (Fart Stories: Children's Picture Book)
Arthur Pong And His Smelly Song (Fart Stories: Children's Picture Book)

5.0 out of 5 stars Very funny, especially for children, 11 Aug. 2013
Arthur Pong And His Smelly Song is a very funny poem about a talented singer but with a peculiar problem. Children will love its risque humor, rhymes, and imaginative sketches.

The author has provided a great bonus - a free audiobook with the complete poem as well as innovative sound effects, which add to the humor of the poem. Truly, a great gift for any child.


Three Great Techniques for Plotting Your Novel or Screenplay
Three Great Techniques for Plotting Your Novel or Screenplay
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Brain-Dead Simple Strategy to Plot Your Next Novel or Short Story, 10 July 2013
This is a no-fluff shoot-from-the-hip guide to plotting your next novel, screenplay or short story.

Nick Daws doesn't waste any of his words or your time and cuts to the chase from the first page.

I had read about the first two plotting strategies before, especially the Hero's Journey but the third strategy was so cheeky it made me laugh out loud.

Don't get me wrong, it's completely ethical and so simple, I'm astonished I haven't come across this strategy before, though I've read scores of books on plotting.

Definitely a must-read and refer-to-often book.


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