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Awakened: BBW Paranormal Shape Shifter Romance
by J.S. Wiley

Kindle Edition published 2016-01-30
Bestseller ranking: 427006

Product Description
From her curvaceous hips to her whiskey colored eyes, plus-size beauty Abagail Cole should be at the top of her dating game. But after a recent breakup with her cheating fiancé, she's never felt more like the stereotypical lonely cat lady.

So, determined to move forward and have some fun, Abagail decides to take a spontaneous trip to a local sports bar and get her buzz on. There she attracts the attention of tattooed, bad-boy millionaire Caleb Delaney, a mysterious and passionate wolf shifter who is immediately bewitched by Abagail's charms--and would do anything to claim her as his future mate.

But when a gorgeous new neighbor also catches her eye, Abagail soon finds herself torn between the affections of two gorgeous, intense love interests. And to make matters even more confusing, she's been experiencing steamy encounters with a presence in her dreams, waking up breathless and longing for more.

As she …

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Writers' Cafe / Re: YA Historical Fantasy Cover Artist Needed
« Last post by Scarlett_R on Yesterday at 10:09:08 PM »
Thanks C Gold, and Monique :) It's definitely a passion of mine! And for a YA Historical Fantasy series, there are so many amazing possibilities, but these days that genre can so easily fall into templates! So would love to get my hands on something creative.
Writers' Cafe / Re: Is WordPress the go-to place to build an Author Website?
« Last post by solo on Yesterday at 10:07:01 PM »
WordPress. Finally got the hang of it. Though uploading images sometimes hit snags. But I am happy with it. Genre is fantasy.
Not Quite Kindle / Re: Outlander - Starz - Season 3 September 10th
« Last post by CegAbq on Yesterday at 10:00:05 PM »
perfect! well, almost perfect. i like the phrase "war machine" but oh well
I like the phrase, but not in this context and you are already using 'war' many times. Uses in your latest blurb: warship combat, hard war, warship production, war machine, warmongering, tide of war, battered warships. Now that I see that many usages, I'd also prune down tide of war to leave off the 'of war' part. Don't really need in our favor either since that's what turn the tide means.

Can Yamato's clever strategies turn the tide despite all the odds stacked against him?
Writers' Cafe / Re: What daily word count should a full time writer hit?
« Last post by solo on Yesterday at 09:40:34 PM »
If you're not producing, at minimum, 18,937 publishable words per day YOU'RE DOING IT WRONG!!!1! You're not a real writer, you're a pretender in a housecoat and you should just quit.  >:(

*yes, I'm totally kidding, do whatever works for you or do whatever Amanda said :)

LOL. You forgot the .5. It should be 18,937.5 words a day.
But seriously, I have no min word count a day (unless there's a deadline). I work a a scene basis. It focuses your mind on that particular part of the story and the results could surprising- letting you explore other possible angles. Destroys your carefully structured plot though.
Writers' Cafe / Re: Element Editing Services
« Last post by Kat Betts on Yesterday at 09:36:24 PM »
You've worked for a long time on that manuscript, and you deserve a reward for putting your time, effort, and love into your work.
Until the 15th of March I am offering a 10% discount to any author who wants to send their book to print knowing it shines.
I am also offering a 20% discount for fantasy and science-fiction manuscripts.

I'm currently scheduling manuscripts for March, April and May, so if you're looking for an editor, and you'd love a discount, contact me soon so you don't miss out!

You can find out more at my website, https://elementeds.tk -- feel free to contact me directly, too, or via my Facebook page, fb.me/elementediting

Kat Betts of Element Editing Services has been an absolute delight to work with from start to finish. Not only is she a highly skilled editor from a technical point of view, she also has a genuine passion for her work. She treated my books with the care she would give to her own, and I completely trust her with my novels. Kat went above and beyond and I can't praise her highly enough. I wholeheartedly recommend her services.
Ash Oldfield | The Rachaya Series

Kat came highly recommended and she went above and beyond my high expectations for an editor. Many other editors merely rejected my manuscript, but Kat took the challenge on and not only made my manuscript clean and concise, but turned it into a world-class work. We all understand that editing can be time consuming, but she worked quite diligently despite the amount of work involved in getting my manuscript ready for print. She rocks and I would recommend her to anyone serious about wanting to get their manuscript in working order.   
Craig Smith | Clover

Kat understands my work and my challenges, and cares about more than just the book she's working on, but also the development of my fledgling career. She's been supportive and encouraging (unless you happen to be a comma), and my manuscript is much improved.
IW Ferguson | Belief's Horizon
Writers' Cafe / Re: Book formatting for Kindle and KDP Print
« Last post by BookFormatting on Yesterday at 09:33:48 PM »
I specialize in nonfiction book formatting

Thanks for pointing out the issues with the "Divorce Party On!" book formatting. I was only given the contract to format it's Paperback edition and I just visited the book's page to have a look at that edition's "Look Inside" and I discovered that what is there for the paperback edition is different from the product I sent the author which implies she is yet to republish it. To avoid misrepresentation, I will have to remove that from the list.

It's been murky from the beginning. Friend-of-a-friend on Facebook stuff. Does anyone really trust Facebook posts like that?

This story could use some facts. I'd certainly like to know if a particular designer makes a habit of design theft.
Writers' Cafe / Re: Getting Out of A Rut
« Last post by CASD57 on Yesterday at 09:09:21 PM »
I've been in a rut for almost two years... three books half written, I thought doing Nano in Nov. would put me back in the saddle but no,  lately I thought maybe Flash Fiction would help, Short spurts, I did one and have 400 words on the second.
I'm beginning to think my writing was a fade for me?
I have other outlets for my artist side of the brain (Playing guitar and singing) so maybe thats the distraction

My point to all this is this, A lot of us and maybe all of us go through this at times, and we just need to take a step back and ask ourselves do we really want to do this..?
My answer is a big YES.
Writers' Cafe / Re: Thousand Words a Day Club 2018
« Last post by Jeff DeGordick on Yesterday at 08:57:01 PM »
1,075 today.
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