Tag Archives: Dorothy May Mercer

My Big Takeaway From Studying Crafting Dialogue is…

A lot hinges on good dialogue.  If it sucks, your story will. This is the last blog I’ll be posting on crafting dialogue.  It has been a very pleasant part of my journey.  I never realized how much a writer … Continue reading

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Review of The Savage Surrogate and further information about Dorothy May Mercer’s McBride/Washington McBride Series

I would be remiss if I didn’t include additional information about this and the previous series titled McBride novels. Each of these books in some way deal with a social issue. The McBride series is composed of five stories with … Continue reading

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Interview with author Dorothy May Mercer, a writer striving to make a difference

I contacted Dorothy May Mercer because I was intrigued with her book, why she wrote it and if she had any hopes it would be read as a tool for women’s awareness. Thank you Dorothy for coming to my blog … Continue reading

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