Xlibris Author| Dave Gutierrez, Patriots from the Barrio

by Thomas McKinley

Xlibris Author| Dave Gutierrez, Patriots from the Barrio

Xlibris Publishing introduces Dave Gutierrez, author of Patriots from the Barrio. Please briefly describe your book. Patriots from the Barrio is the true WWII story of the men that served in the U.S. Army’s all Mexican American combat unit, the 36th Division, 141st Regiment, 2nd Battalion, Company E.  The soldiers who served in Company E […]

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Xlibris Author| Keith Scott, Three Uncles and a Lawman

by Thomas McKinley

Xlibris Author| Keith Scott, Three Uncles and a Lawman

Xlibris Publishing introduces Keith Scott, author of Three Uncles and a Lawman.   I was born and raised on a grain farm in western Saskatchewan Canada, at the ripe old age of 17 I joined the Canadian Armed Forces and served proudly for over 31 years.  I had an interesting career and did a wide […]

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Xlibris Writing Tips| 4 Classic Monsters

by Ian Smith

Xlibris Writing Tips| 4 Classic Monsters

Monsters. Nightmares. The things that go bump in the night. Humanity has had a love-hate relationship with the idea of monsters since the dawn of time. Despite, or due to, being figures of dread we are constantly fascinated by such things as Vampires, Werewolves, and other nasty creatures. Countless films, graphic novels, shows, and books […]

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Xlibris Author| Lula Criddle, Watch What You Watch

by Ian Smith

Xlibris Author| Lula Criddle, Watch What You Watch

Xlibris Publishing introduces Lula Criddle, author of the Watch What You Watch books.   About Your Book and Yourself   Please briefly describe your book The name of my book is Watch What You Watch book#2 The sequel to Watch What You Watch book#1. My book is a thriller, yet I’m hoping it will be a help […]

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Xlibris Writing Tips| 4 Tips for Keeping Consistency in Fantasy

by Ian Smith

Xlibris Writing Tips| 4 Tips for Keeping Consistency in Fantasy

When writing in the Fantasy Genre, and to a larger extent any genre, maintaining consistency is vital. Lack of consistency can kill a fantasy story. When you write fantasy you are asking the reader to suspend their disbelief and accept a world, a universe of your creation, one that might be completely foreign to the […]

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