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Book Daily Blog Publishes Author’s Article

Author Elaine Bossik's article, How to Establish Time and Place in a Story, is featured in Book Dialy's Author Tips Blog. http://www.bookdaily.com/authorresource/blog/post/1887749 … [Read more...]

How To Hook Readers With Your Book Cover

How can you interest readers in your book when you are a newly published author? Writing a great story is only the beginning. Building an audience eager to buy your book is an ongoing marketing effort. When your book has a great cover, you'll be off to a good start. Since a book cover is the first thing a potential reader sees, it's the big hook that has to work for you. Here are four essential elements of book covers that attract readers: Read the full article.... … [Read more...]

Author’s Reading From Her Novel Recalls The Catskill Experience

On April 13, 2016, the Murder on the Beach Book Store in Delray Beach, FL hosted the Women's National Book Association (WNBA) meeting. Elaine Bossik, a member of WNBA, was invited to read a selection from her novel, The Last Victim. Elaine read a passage that described a trip to the Catskills during the heyday of the Catskills that brought back memories for many in the audience. … [Read more...]

Elaine Bossik is Featured Author of the Day on BookDaily.com

Elaine Bossik was named "feature author of the day" on the BookDaily blog, where her latest author tips article was published: How to Hook Readers From the First Page.   … [Read more...]

Why We Love Romance Stories

Love is a central theme in fiction. This theme has been woven into Greek tragedies, plays by Shakespeare, and novels by Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky, Steinbeck, and Hemingway. The depiction and exploration of love and the resulting plot twists create the dramatic moments that draw readers to these stories. These stories also portray the many faces of love, including romantic love between partners or lovers, as well as familial love between a mother and a child, a father and a child, or … [Read more...]