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Review: Getting Into Character: Seven Secrets a Novelist Can Learn from Actors

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Getting into Character has changed my life… for better and for worse. As I read about each of Brandilyn’s seven secrets, I saw them come to life elsewhere. In the books I was reading in between the secrets from Getting into Character. This provided a fantastic learning experience!

After reading Secret 1 – Personalizing – I couldn’t help but think of (don’t laugh at me!) Katniss from The Hunger Games.

Review: The Truth: Salvatore’s Revenge

The Truth: Salvatore’s Revenge by Ta`Mara Hanscom My rating: 5 of 5 stars Let’s start by saying The Truth: Salvatore’s Revenge is, indeed, a very good book. In fact, it deserves to be called a great book! Other than being hilarious, The Truth is a great story on its own…as well as a wonderful continuation …

Review: The Gift: The Story of Annie Laurie

The Gift: The Story of Annie Laurie by Ta`Mara Hanscom My rating: 5 of 5 stars Tamara Hanscom is at it again with her in depth characters, beautiful surround sound scenery, and intriguing stories that satisfy your need for great fiction. Not only will you be satisfied with what you are reading, if you are …

Review: A Blackguard’s Redemption

A Blackguard’s Redemption by Ta`Mara Hanscom My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book is hard to swallow and it may very well put your morals and biblical beliefs to the test.There! I gave it to you up front. However, stick with me through this whole review before making any decisions about A Blackguard’s Redemption. …

Review: Pit of Ambition, Book II in The Caselli Family Series

Pit of Ambition, Book II in The Caselli Family Series by Ta`Mara Hanscom My rating: 5 of 5 stars Just as we love detail in paintings, I LOVE detailed books. Characters that are painted before my eyes and then brought to life are what enraptures me in the tale and makes me look forward to …

Review: UnEnchanted

UnEnchanted by Chanda Hahn My rating: 5 of 5 stars An excellent book from beginning to end. I found it very amusing and literally laughed out loud more times than I can count. I even stayed up till 2AM to finish it….Something I will rarely do. I liked the modernness of the tale. The references …