It’s our fifty-second Relaxed Friday! Here’s the scoop on #CleanWIP Relaxed Fridays.
There’s no #CleanWIP theme on Fridays, but we still publish a fun collaboration. Share relevant news, interesting teases from a WIP or published work, or something else our readers might love. Book, profile, or blog links are also encouraged Fridays. [https://t.co/iCuPzhtLNK] pic.twitter.com/fVKBfgIBnh— CleanWIP Magazine (@cleanwip) October 2, 2020
Happy Friday! Hope your coffee is hot and your day goes quickly. Bring on the weekend!— Dawn Marie Beauchamp (@DawnMarieBeauc1) October 2, 2020
My review of #HisLoveRevealed by Cynthia Herron #WelcometoRuby “It’s never too late for transformation. The Author of grace teaches us that.” – @c_herronauthor @mtbrookinkbooks @alyssawrote #ChristianRomance #bookshelf https://t.co/d0vxIHLs51 pic.twitter.com/YPW4Dg5DmJ— Phyllis Helton (@amongthereads) October 2, 2020
~ Scott R. Rezer ~
From my current WIP, The Gambit Queen, and historical fantasy… Wrote this today…
The massive stone walls of Masyaf loomed against the dark spring night; two towers crowded a long, narrow stairway that ascended into darkness. Ernoul called up a ball of bluish-white handfire and drew his sword. The slender ancient blade of silver glowed with a similar light…
There are technical limitations to how the rules translate into working space travel. In fact, my stories can’t exist if one of those restrictions hadn’t finally been overcome creating opportunities and problems for my MC.— Edwin Downward Author of Science Fiction Adventure (@edwindownward) October 2, 2020
~ Earl Chinnici ~
Many people join in the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout each November. If this is something you’re considering, planning ahead can greatly increase your probability of quitting forever.
I’m sure some of you wonder why I’m mentioning this here in CleanWIP Magazine. Well, I began writing as I quit smoking that product commonly referred to as “Tobacco Cigarettes” gradually and published a book on the subject two and a half years later. This new career—if we can just call it that for my own amusement—caused me to connect with authors around the world to learn marketing techniques and better writing skills. This eventually led to the creation of this e-zine. But, I’m off on a tangent here and I don’t want to lose the point of this…. If you’re considering joining the Great American Smokeout this year, I urge you to start joining the smokeout today by learning more about it and about the addiction and by making some type of change to your cigarette habit.
You can find my first book on Amazon. (Maybe You Should Move Those Away From You) I will host a Kindle Free Book Deal just prior to the smokeout if you’d rather await a free copy. Either way, I wish you great success on your quit.