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M LeMont Recommends: The Woman In White Marble

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M LeMont Recommends: The Woman In White Marble by Dale Rominger

Reading Time: 2min 2sec

Usually, I don't read books for entertainment--I read them for homework. It's all business with me. That's how I roll. But recently, I read a book, The Woman In White Marble by Dale Rominger and found myself reading for entertainment. Shit, I got distracted, so now I have to read the book again for homework. I rated the book 5 Stars.

There is so much to learn from someone who knows how to write in first and second POV. That's DANGEROUS terrain for most authors. But anyone who is serious about taking their game to a HIGHER PLANE should read and study THIS book for technique and writing style. I've only said that about two other books; Shonda Rhimes, Year of the Yes and Sheri McIniss, Devil May Care--a very short list indeed.

By the way, after reading this post, I hope the author raises the price on "The Woman In White Marble." Sometimes it's just a matter of knowing what you've got. I make that point abundantly clear in my book, Write Like You're Already Famous by M LeMont & Jennifer C. Lopez.

Okay, that's it for now. Keep Dreaming. Dream Hard. Keep Writing.

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