Xlibris Author| Sandy Carouth, The Ebb and Flow of Life

by Ian Smith

Xlibris Author| Sandy Carouth, The Ebb and Flow of Life

Xlibris Publishing introduces Sandy Carouth, author of The Ebb and Flow of Life.     My name is Sandy Carouth, and I recently published my second poetry book entitled The Ebb and Flow of Life.  It is an assortment of poems, some about real-life events and others about family, love, joy and heartache.  In my […]

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Xlibris Author| Bert Johnston, The Canterbury Hall Tales

by Thomas McKinley

Xlibris Publishing introduces Bert Johnston, author of The Canterbury Hall Tales.   Please briefly describe your book.  In the 21st Centtury these residents of Canterbury Hall gathered around a table to tell each other tales just as Chaucer’s pilgrims did on their way to Canterbury in the 14th Century. Like Chaucer’s stories, these fifteen tales are […]

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Xlibris Writing Tips| Tips and Examples of Opening Lines

by Thomas McKinley

Xlibris Writing Tips| Tips and Examples of Opening Lines

It has been this writer’s experience, that when it comes to novels, fiction, or books of any stripe or subject-matter, the first sentence, the opening lines can be one of the most difficult yet natural things in world. There is a certain, unquantifiable importance so many writers place upon the Opening Lines. The writer’s capacity […]

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