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  1. HollieMarie

    HollieMarie New Member

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    Hey there!

    Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by HollieMarie, Jul 28, 2017.

    My name is Hollie and obviously I'm new here. I'm currently working on a murder mystery based on true events. I take a lot of my inspiration from writers like Nora Roberts and Karin Slaughter, I enjoy reading just about anything though. I will also admit to being a huge Rick Riordan fan.
     
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    Cave Troll It's Coffee O'clock everywhere. Contributor

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    Welcome sirette. :superhello:

    Murder/Mysteries are interesting. I rather like
    the Scarpetta series by Patricia Cornwell, but
    have read a few others from other authors.
    More of a Horror and Sci-fi kinda guy thought. :p

    Good luck with your works.:supersmile:
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    I've took a stab at sci-fi a few times but it's hard to put my crazy thoughts into words. Being such a huge Rick Riordan fan I tried using Greek mythology as a catalyst but it just seemed hokey to me. I do like to include cults or conspiracy theories in my writing though.
     
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    @HollieMarie I have used a bit of Con-Theory to write my Sci-fi duology.
    I am sorry Greek myth didn't work out, but try some other mythology like
    Egyptian or something.
    I have the same trouble with Erotica, that you have with Sci-fi. :p
     
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    Haha any kind of erotic scene is hard to write. I get my sister to help me write those scenes. I asked my family to read through my current novel and to my horror my grandmother offered to read it. I just hope she skipped over those parts. Lol.
     
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    :superlaugh:
    My family doesn't read my work.
    When it comes to Erotica, I get help from the
    lovely people on here. :)
     

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