Read this new review and decide if The Clock Strikes Midnight is a book for you @gimmethatbook #amreading #TCSM Click To Tweet Kyle says… This book is truly Southern Gothic—family secrets, manipulation, drinking to ease the pain of loss, plus guilt all around. This is a plot I can sympathize with–trying to right a wrong […]
This review was part of the Virtual Blog Tour: The Clock Strikes Midnight is a well-written and fascinating story with plenty of twists and revelations that will have your mind wondering what’s next while questioning what has been revealed. Joan C. Curtis presents an entertaining and dramatic journey into the lives of two sisters with […]
After just releasing my first mystery, The Clock Strikes Midnight, I’ve been struggling to get reviews posted. As a reader I depend on reviews (or word of mouth) to decide what to read. I listen to radio reviews of the top bestsellers, and I also read reviews on Amazon and Goodreads. It helps me determine […]
I recently interviewed a writer who told me in no uncertain terms that she was not a pantser. I asked, “What is that?” She explained that a pantser was a writer who wrote by the seat of his/her pants. She explained that pantsers do not use outlines or other tools to organize their plots or […]
New Review–Sara Jayne Townsend When she finds out she has three months left to live, Janie Knox returns home #museitup #theclockstrikesmidnight Click To Tweet and faces the past she has spent so long running from, to try and put right some wrongs before it’s too late. As the story unfolds we learn more about Janie, […]
Joan Curtis, author of The Clock Strikes Midnight, shares writing tips and lessons #writingtips Click To Tweet This video addresses the research that needs to be done when writing fiction. Take a look and share your ideas! What do you research and how do you do it? Before your writing or after?