Goodreads!





This is the shout out that I put in my application for an author page through good reads! I will be asking for reviews, reviews, and reviews on my book that will be launched in 10 days. Yes just 10 days.




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It’s official!

It’s official–my business has officially been started and recognized! It is an S corporation. Business name MJ Markovski, Inc.

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It’s been so long!

That’s an understatement. Sorry for my absence but I been writing and writing and writing. And so I’ve been absent from media which I shouldn’t do. That’s a big no-no. No excuses it’s like born caught they’re like blank blank blank–fill in the blank. You get what I mean.

So I added the hell out of my novel titled: Whatever it Takes. But I had a lot of help along the way. I’m not gonna lie writing is hard but I love it.

So the book is live in on Amazon for presale they Kindle version and the soft copy. I’m also going to be hiring a publicist. So I can get help to get the word out. So any help I can get out there would be much appreciated. The book may not be for everyone but just saying hey I know someone who is an author just published. And this is her story Phyllis give her hand or whatever.

My journey to write this story started with distress. My husband for many years, 20+ nodding left me but the family and devastated all of us. As one thing about me when I fall in love, I fall in hard. But instead of crumbling and crying I poured the energy into writing a story, a fictional one at that. And within six months my story was born. Was born caught

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Title to my book which the authors’ page will be coming soon to Amazon! Be on the lookout

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3. What in my setting gets ignored or taken for granted?

While life’s biggest mysteries are the most obvious targets for world-editing, let’s not forget to consider some of the small questions people neglect to ask because they think they know the answers. Take advantage of the “monster under the bed” effect – enigmas lurk in unwatched and unexamined places. That one house on the corner whose inhabitants you’ve never seen. Those weird symbols on money. The timing of traffic lights. The camera that’s pointed at you right now.

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2. What don’t we know about my setting?

Even in a world constantly under smartphone and satellite surveillance, there are plenty of unanswered questions, so this is your chance to come up with the wildest answers you can. [Like this quote? Click here to Tweet and share it!] Where does human inspiration come from? Was the universe created for some purpose? What makes two people fall in love? What happens after death? These and other perennially unanswered questions create opportunities. Even in fiction, the educated public might scoff at supernatural explanations for diseases, weather, or the movement of the stars — but when it comes to life’s most intractable questions, you have freedom to provide creative answers without insulting readers’ intelligence.

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6 Questions Writers Must Answer When Writing Urban Fantasy/Paranormal

  1. Which real-world setting(s) do I know best?

Your own neighborhood is often a good place to start. Choosing a setting because it’s trendy or glamorous may be tempting, but nothing beats the ring of authenticity that comes from personal experience. Even if you think the town you live in or grew up in is boring, it might be fascinating to someone who has never been there. You, better than many other writers, are equipped to find the most mysterious or surreal things about your hometown and expand on them. More importantly, all those mundane details you’re so familiar with can be crucial in grounding readers before you take them on a wild ride.

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