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Posted on October 31, 2014 at 10:35 AM Comments comments (0)

All future blogs from Lisa Taylor can be found at http://www.lisastaylor.wordpress.com

Reviews

Posted on September 13, 2014 at 6:45 PM Comments comments (0)

I can't emphasize enough the importance of reviews. It doesn't help just the prospective reader, but the author too. Having only one published book under my belt, there are times when I put my writing on the back burner. It isn't because I don't have anything to say, because I do. Lots of ideas are stored away in the attic, so to speak. However, sometimes in this stage of my writing career, it feels as though no one is really interested in what I have to say. Don't worry, I'm not throwing a pity party. At least, that's not how I mean to come across. I'm only speaking straight from the heart.


Last week, I received another 5 star review for Resilient, and it did wonders with my writing. I wanted to write more about Selene and her plight, but without much input from the readers, I wasn't certain that I should. I am now almost forty pages in to a sequel and loving it. I can't believe it took me so long.


In short, I am making a plea for myself, as well as all other writers out there, that you leave a review upon finishing a book. I'm not delusional. I am sure there will be bad as well as good, but that is okay. I welcome the constructive criticism right along with the good, because it will help me to learn from my mistakes and grow as a writer.


Thank you to those who have taken the time to leave a review. It means the world to me.


If you haven't read Resilient, you can read reviews thus far at Amazon and Good Reads.

Short Stories

Posted on January 22, 2014 at 6:45 AM Comments comments (0)

If you are here to view my short stories, I have taken them off temporarilly.  I have decided to rework them and publish them on Kindle for free.  I am almost ready to publish Glass Lake after adding another 1,500 words and making some edits.  I started these stories in response to an ongoing contest, but didn't want to leave them in their semi-rushed states.  I knew they could be so much more.  I will post on Twitter and Facebook as each one is ready for the public.  Thank you for your continued support.


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