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  • Interview: Piper Shelly – YA Author

    By Georgia Lyn on September 29, 2012 in Blog
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    Hi, all you fabulous people! Today, it’s my great pleasure to welcome the wonderful Piper Shelly and debut author to my very first blog interview. And to introduce her brand-spanking–new debut novel, a coming of age —YA paranormal romance, released few weeks ago. Having been privileged to read the book, I can guarantee you one helluva emotional-roller-coaster ride. So get

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  • In the chaos of life…

    By Georgia Lyn on September 27, 2012 in My Ramblings
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    Changes are happening in the chaos that is this writer’s life. Amidst the madness of edits for the release of Absolute Surrender, I’m pleased to say, finally, my second book is completed. The query’s done and so is the dreaded synopsis. So, for an excerpt from Darkness Undone . On another note, as Halloween draws closer, it made me wonder

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  • Seriously, a chain letter for my WIP…

    By Georgia Lyn on September 26, 2012 in My Ramblings
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    The very word ‘chain-letter’ gives me the heebie jeebies it did years ago. It makes me want to growl. A real damn pain in the ass as I recall, send X number of letters/emails to people, for whatever the hell crazy crap should or shouldn’t happen… But times sure have changed, I’ve now succumbed to this fate. And fellow peeps

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  • Released from the Dungeon…

    By Georgia Lyn on September 23, 2012 in Blog
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    Though I live in the desert, I haven’t seen the sun. Or my family…  My life was put on hold—I ate and breathed edits. Became a total neurotic. Oh, don’t panic, all is well now, and I am smiling again… For all those who stopped by, wondering why there wasn’t any activity on my blog. No, aliens didn’t kidnap me— 

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  • How it all began. The 1st Manuscript

    By Georgia Lyn on July 25, 2012 in Blog
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    It’s a very intimidating experience for a first time writer to stare at a blank document and type in Chapter 1. And then find all your wonderful ideas abandoned you. Cautiously you push on, type scenes you recall, dialogues and hope the flood gates open and the ideas come poring in and you can create a brilliant novel. Nope, no

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