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Larkin’s Letters and Ryan’s Letters by Jax Jillian

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Title: Larkin’s Letters & Ryan’s Letters

Author: Jax Jillian
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: December 1, 2015
“I left you something on the nightstand,” she said.

“You did? What is it?”

“Just turn over and look,” she pleaded.

He turned over to look, hesitantly, not wanting to look away from her. She always seemed to disappear every time he looked away. A manila envelope lay atop the white rustic nightstand and the word “Ryan” that was penned across the front was beckoning him. He glared at the envelope for just a moment before turning back to her. But she was gone.

As Ryan Boone struggles to come to grips with not being able to keep a promise he made to his dying wife, Larkin’s Letters propels readers into the mind of Ryan as he struggles with frequent visits from her ghost and a series of letters she leaves behind. Ryan…

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Larkins Letters & Ryans Letters by Jax Jillian

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Title: Larkin’s Letters & Ryan’s Letters

Author: Jax Jillian
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: December 1, 2015
“I left you something on the nightstand,” she said.

“You did? What is it?”

“Just turn over and look,” she pleaded.

He turned over to look, hesitantly, not wanting to look away from her. She always seemed to disappear every time he looked away. A manila envelope lay atop the white rustic nightstand and the word “Ryan” that was penned across the front was beckoning him. He glared at the envelope for just a moment before turning back to her. But she was gone.

As Ryan Boone struggles to come to grips with not being able to keep a promise he made to his dying wife, Larkin’s Letters propels readers into the mind of Ryan as he struggles with frequent visits from her ghost and a series of letters she leaves behind. Ryan…

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7 Useful Writers You Should Follow on Twitter

Will definitely be following these great suggestions on twitter!

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I tried it, I dipped my toes into Twitter. And it was like dipping my toes into acid.

Somehow, I just knew it wasn’t my thing. But after all the flesh melted off of my bones, and I lost the ability to feel anything, I found something I liked. And then, something else. And something else and ohnoI’monTwitternow. I tweeted. I’m a twitterer… er?

I swear, it’s good for your writing. Twitter teaches you how to be concise, how to connect with your readers (though I hear it’s better for connecting with agents or editors), and who knows? You might learn something about writing!

Here are some of the people I’ve started following, and a few reasons why YOU should follow them, if you want to improve your writing.

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Why Ryan’s Letters?

When you write a novel, particularly fiction, you become so invested in your characters. They are your creation. They become like your children. You just want the best for them, and you want people to fall in love with them. I chose to continue the story of Ryan and Larkin because I felt like I owed it to Ryan. I don’t feel that after reading Larkin’s letters, he was done grieving. I feel that finishing her screenplay was just the beginning of his healing process. Ryan needs to continue to grieve in order to reach the final stage of healing. How is he going to grieve? Well, he will grieve through writing letters back to Larkin. And as he writes these letters, they will take him on a journey he never expected. And as I continue to write the story, it is definitely taking me on a journey that I never expected!