Instagram — again!

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Hello, Write Edge readers! With the kids out of town this week, I thought I’d save the juicy Growth Chart tidbits for another Friday. In the meantime, check out my latest post on Instagram with my handle, @EktaRGarg. This time it’s a video about Elemental Tales, the anthology featuring one of my short stories. The book is on sale at a lower price, so check it out now, read and review it, and support indie authors.

(And if you’re not on Instagram, find the post on my Facebook author page.)

Have a great weekend, readers!



Book review up!

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Hello, Write Edge readers! I’ve posted my newest book review for you. Here’s the opening to my thoughts on Where the Forest Meets the Stars by Glendy Vanderah (which I read while on vacation):

A PhD student meets a young girl who claims to be an alien. Despite the student’s efforts to send the girl home, the child persists in sticking close to her. As she works through the mystery of where the child came from and what to do about her, the student will discover a spark of magic that still resides in her own heart. Debut author Glendy Vanderah draws readers into the world she’s built in meticulous detail with a touching first novel in Where the Forest Meets the Stars.

Read the full review now on The Write Edge Bookshelf!

Have a great night, readers!


Back from vacation!

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Hello, Write Edge readers, and happy Monday! I’m back from vacation. It was a wonderful time full of fun and new memories for our family. I hope to share some of them with all of you in my future writing.

Along those lines, I think this week’s motivational quote slides right into place. It reaffirms for those of us in creative fields that everything in our lives is fair game for our life passions.

“Art comes from the place where you dream…from your unconscious; it comes from the white-hot center of you.”—Robert Olen Butler, author

It’s the last Monday of the month, which means our writers’ showcase. Today I’ve shared only three stories instead of the usual four. The first one is long but a worthy read. Check all of them out now on The Write Edge Writing Workshop.

In the middle of the week, I’ll share a new book review with you. Even when I travel, my books aren’t far from me. I’ll let you know what I thought of Where the Forest Meets the Stars by Glendy Vanderah. Find that review on Wednesday on The Write Edge Bookshelf!

At the end of the week, I’ll be sharing a fun set of parenting adventures. Come back for those on Growth Chart this Friday.

Have a fantastic day and week, readers!