June 29, 2015 NQT flier

june 29 2015

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YouTube channel for Writers

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As some of you know I am an aspiring writer. While watching other videos on YouTube I decided to see what information there was available for the writer on YouTube. While there was some limited videos, I won’t go into detail here, I couldn’t find anything for writers by writers about writing. I’m not talking about a talking head going on about there writing style, but interviews between two writers. Information on the process of writing, what to do after your first draft is finished. When to query. How to market your work and yourself. Just information that any writer would want or need.

So I started one, so far I have done interviews and excerpt reading from the authors. But coming soon we will have panel conversations about those all important parts of writing that the general public has no idea happen.

I think even non writers will enjoy these videos.

Come watch and you will find new books to read, get to know some new and old Authors and writers. You might even learn more than you ever wanted to know about writing.

My channel is : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-qsDa01IMDWylYXInnxzfg

This week we have a reading from Beyond the Tempest Gate by author Jeff Suwak. Beyond the Tempest Gate is a dark fantasy novella.

 

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Beyond the Tempest Gate by Jeff Suwak

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Jeff Suwak’s Beyond the Tempest Gate is a fantastic read.

Why?

Because this Authors mastery of the written English language and understanding of crafting an interesting and entertaining tale cannot be denied or missed.

If he were a chef this would be one of the most delicious meals you have ever eaten.

The luscious details in the descriptions fill your gullet and make you want to rub your tummy while humming MMMMMMM.

A classic tale of heroism on a quest for greatness takes a twist as you find yourself not only not liking the hero, but as the story unfolds rooting for his failure.

Young Gabriel can be summed up in one word. Hubris.

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hubris:

Exaggerated pride or self-confidence.

Just to put it into perspective.

In ancient Greece hubris was punishable by the gods because it was considered a crime against the gods, thinking you were equal to or above divinity.

Our fanatical Gabriel fulfilled my twisted need for the unusual.

Usually the hero starts off unlikable but through trial and strife grow to be the Men (or Women) the world can be proud of.

Not Gabriel even his most grand sacrifice is done only to fulfill his own needs and further his own agenda.

If I have whetted your appetite for this treat, you can find it through jeffsuwak.com or directly through Amazon and B&N.