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Would love to share my life with #cats but when the fur starts to fly I start sneezing... @RayneHall @mress_1701 pic.twitter.com/kPh6t7jrH6
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"Twitter for Writers" shows how to get genuine followers who want to read your books. myBook.to/TwitterWrite pic.twitter.com/ksBRwaa5DU
.@mlitzky Sulu is the perfect cat for a writer. He joins me when I write, in a way that doesn't hinder my typing. pic.twitter.com/zP6i3nEcUX
.@ElyseBruce The Storm Dancer cover was painted for me by two artists, Paul Davies & Erica Syverson. pic.twitter.com/ggR3WVY90E
"Thirty Scary Tales" - as recommended by Sulu the Cat. ;-) viewBook.at/30ScaryTales pic.twitter.com/YAXkBJW8aL
.@laedwardswriter That would be good. Here's another pic. Still looks like the one?@Aprilgreynyc @supposeiam pic.twitter.com/XhvqF7bxIP
@RayneHall My colkege roomie's kittens Sheldon (gold) and Amadeus (grey): pic.twitter.com/YnPdRJuZYn
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@knk_ank @MaxsClumpArt Kitty Yin-Yang! Sheldon (gold) & Amadeus (grey), my college roomie's kittens back in 1985. pic.twitter.com/YnPdRJuZYn
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Create suspense& fear in your fiction: "Writing Scary Scenes" Kindle viewBook.at/B008IEJTSE pic.twitter.com/yzyJjuREvE
The stories in "Thirty Scary Tales" are PG13. :-) pic.twitter.com/aODmEQwmUo viewBook.at/30ScaryTales
:-) Who decides if a book is good enough? #indiepub pic.twitter.com/hgw4VXG34O
WRITING FIGHT SCENES Practical guide for authors - the original bestseller. Kindle: viewBook.at/B005MJFVS0 pic.twitter.com/N1fyoKCVIP
Time was seeping away like oil from a leaking jar. Storm Dancer viewBook.at/B005MJFV58 pic.twitter.com/7ILNsSOfkI
"Writing Short Stories to Promote Your Novels" myBook.to/Promo ebook for authors pic.twitter.com/SzWBtsykR1
Desert sand ground into his nostrils. Flying debris slammed into his back. Storm Dancer pic.twitter.com/7ILNsSOfkI viewBook.at/B005MJFV58
.@daviddulkse I used to use a crystal ball. Now I use a cat. ;-) pic.twitter.com/3DvZ8c6ZPu