Ten ways to find a good critique group
- Join a writers group.
- Go to a conference to meet other writers.
- Go to a writers’ workshop.
- Go to a writers’ retreat.
- Take college classes in creative writing.
- Take an online writing class.
- Volunteer for a writers’ group.
- Study up on all the English grammar and syntax you’ve forgotten.
- Join an online critique group.
- Ask other writers to recommend an open group.
Sixteen-year-old Jolie Livingston’s closest and only friend Drew is this really hot dead guy, and it bites that the self-absorbed princesses at school cannot even see him. That’s right she can communicate with the dead. It’s the living she has trouble with. She and her mom inherited this awesome crib in Plymouth, MA. It’s quite a step-up from the homeless shelter in New Orleans, but there’s a catch. They can’t afford the past due mortgage, so Jolie’s working on that.
She starts a ghost hunting business called Ripsters. Somehow she’s managed to recruit Brittany, a glamour SAP smothered in pink, and a techie allergic to ghosts. Brit actually thinks he resembles the R&B singer Chris Brown. All that pink has clouded her vision. They both have special talents Jolie’s hoping will be useful to their venture. Right now, they’re working for a family in need of major therapy due to a dead guy with a hole in his head.
Top 100 semi-finalist of 2009 Amazon Breakthrough Novel
2008 Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Gold Contest Finalist for Ripsters
Buy Now @ Amazon
Genre - YA Paranormal Mystery, Romance
Rating – PG-13