Latest book review now up!

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Good morning, Write Edge readers! I have a brand new book review up for you now. Check out this excerpt of my review of The Butterfly and the Violin by debut novelist Kristy Cambron:

Author Kristy Cambron illuminates a lesser known fact about the Holocaust: works of art created in the concentration camps. Despite the horrors that occurred around them, prisoners managed to produce works in poetry, paintings, music, and more art forms. Cambron highlights this detail and offers readers a story that will keep them engaged.

Read the whole review now!

E.R.G.

New short story now up!

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Hello again, Write Edge readers! I’ve posted the newest section in Long Story # 2. Check out this excerpt:

He nodded. “I know you, and I also know that this is all probably throwing you for a loop.”

She scoffed. “That’s an understatement. I’m married? I have kids? My dad…this is not my life, Aiden.”

“It’s not your life,” he affirmed.

Read the whole installment now!

A full week again!

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Good morning, Write Edge readers! I hope you enjoyed a lovely weekend. We begin another full week of content here on The Write Edge, starting with today’s motivational quote to encourage you in your life’s goals. Today’s quote has to do with writing, but I think it can apply to any art form. To see it click on “A Writer’s Heartbeats” now.

Later today I’ll share with you the latest section of Long Story # 2. It’ll be fun to see what happens next, and I can’t wait to find out and share with it you. Check it out later on “Long Story # 2″.

In the middle of the week I’ll share with you my review of a new book: The Butterfly and the Violin by Kristy Cambron. This story splits its time between present day New York and WWII in the heart of the Nazi conflict. Is it worth your time? Find out on Wednesday on The Write Edge Bookshelf.

This Thursday I’ll post new writing prompts for consideration for next week. Come back to The Write Edge Writing Workshop for those and don’t be afraid to write along!

On Friday we go back to Growth Spurts and the crazy, funny, intriguing things kids say and do. Don’t forget to check out on Friday on Growth Chart.

Have a great week, readers!
E.R.G.