Xlibris Author| Alan Croft, There’s Always Risk in Movement

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Xlibris Author| Alan Croft, There’s Always Risk in Movement

Xlibris Publishing introduces Alan Croft, author of There’s Always Risk in Movement.    Please briefly describe your book. I came of age growing up in Reading, England in the 70s and 80s and took a stroll down memory lane during my second autobiographical novel, There’s Always Risk in Movement. It is a heartfelt snapshot of […]

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Xlibris Writing Tips| The Sword and Sorcery Genre Pt 2

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Xlibris Writing Tips| The Sword and Sorcery Genre Pt 2

Xlibris Writing Tips with Part 2 of The Sword and Sorcery Genre.   It’s Personal Another key element of Sword and Sorcery stories is the scale. The stakes tend to be smaller in scale while still being important and impactful to the characters and readers. Rarely is the feeling in such stories “if the protagonist […]

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Xlibris Author| Thomas Sharts

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Xlibris Author| Thomas Sharts

Xlibris Publishing introduces Thomas D. Sharts, author of 15 Xlibris books including his latest book Bipolar Sagacity Volume 4.   Please briefly describe your latest book. My latest book is Bipolar Sagacity Volume 4.  The book is a compilation of sayings, aphorisms, proverbs and questions in reference to all of the issues related to being […]

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Xlibris News| Xlibris Book Reviewed by Magazine

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Xlibris News| Xlibris Book Reviewed by Magazine

The Xlibris book, Ten Thousand and One Nights by “Chicago“ Carl Snyder, has been reviewed by the publication Blues Blast Magazine.     The Author “Chicago” Carl Snyder is a longtime professional musician who has worked with a great variety of artists and bands, including some of Chicago’s greatest blues stars. Still active in the […]

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Xlibris Publishing| Noeline Slowgrove Pt 2

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Xlibris Publishing| Noeline Slowgrove

Xlibris Publishing returns with Noeline Slowgrove, author of TWO WORLDS, ALIENS and ANGELS, and X’LENT TALES.   After numerous rejections from publishers, I became fed up with the idea of publishing, and banished all my characters to MARS. But I did continue to write and joined as many creative writing classes as I could to […]

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