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Authors using the Helix Review: William J. Smith

2 min readWilliam J. Smith, author of the science fiction novel, Straight from Heaven; Delivered from Hell recently submitted his work for a Helix Review.  This is what he had to say about his experience. Tell us a bit about your book: The… Continue Reading →

Authors using the Helix Review: B.D. Salerno

2 min readNext up in our ongoing series on Helix Review authors is B.D. Salerno, author of Forensics by the Stars: Astrology Investigates.  Here’s what he had to say about the Helix experience: Tell us a bit about your book: The author, an… Continue Reading →

Authors using Helix Review: Jack Gunthridge

2 min readFor the next installment of our series on the Helix Review, we spoke with Jack Gunthridge, author of the romance novel “Broken Hearts Damaged Goods,” about his experiences with the Helix Review. Tell us a bit about your book: When… Continue Reading →

Top ten errors writers make that editors hate

5 min readHelga Schier, independent writing and publishing consultant and founder of Withpenandpaper.com, recently gave a brilliant presentation at the Writer’s Digest Conference covering the trials and tribulations of book editors.  More specifically, she eloquently and succinctly outlined a list of the… Continue Reading →

Authors using Helix Review: Abdul Karim Musaliar

2 min readAbdul Karim Musaliar, author of the crime novel, “The Transgressions of Achan Kunju” recently used the Helix Review to gain further insight into his particular writing style and how his book compared to others within his selected genre.  Here is… Continue Reading →

Authors using Helix Review: John Locke

2 min readFor the next installment of our series on the Helix Review, we recently spoke to John Locke, author of “Stuff I’ve Written So Far,” about his experiences with the Helix Review. “Stuff I’ve Written So Far” is a compilation of… Continue Reading →

Authors using Helix Review: Ian Thomas Phillips

2 min readIan Thomas Phillip’s first collection of poetry, “69 Poems,” marks the first publication for the twenty-two year old poet from Illinois. Written to express the often-conflicting nature of the world around us, “69 Poems” shares Ian’s thoughts and ideas after… Continue Reading →

Authors using Helix Review: Gregory L. Truman

3 min readWhether you’re writing a book for the first time or finishing up your 12th in a series, entering new genres can be a daunting task. All kinds of questions emerge during the writing process: Is this going to resonate with… Continue Reading →

Authors on the Helix Review: Harley White

2 min readThe next author in our series on the Helix Review interviews Harly White, a biography and memoir writer who also writes poetry, songs, stories, short and long, and works based on fairy tales. Her latest book, The Autobiography of a… Continue Reading →

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