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Fiction Addiction

Fiction Addiction
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Hello ,
Welcome to my August newsletter.
Today I've included a range of author views on saying goodbye to your characters, my Ottawa tour schedule, and early reviews of No Entry. 

Enjoy the rest of the summer and feel free to write.
I would love to hear from you,

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I turned to more experienced writers for advice, in order to pass along that same advice to anyone else struggling with letting characters go or with self-doubt and the pressure of writing a new novel.

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Click here for my ottawa tour schedule


Early reviews of No Entry to be released September 17

I just finished reading No Entry. What a great read! 
It‚Äôs a coming-of-age story, but it‚Äôs much more than that. Yael not only grows up, but also comes into awareness that the world can be incredibly brutal, and it‚Äôs hard to know whom to trust ‚ÄĒ all of this in a beautifully written package. Equal parts suspenseful page-turner and gorgeous meditation,¬†No Entry¬†kept me reading late into the night. I fell in love with Yael and was truly with her while she was, at times, painfully alone. It‚Äôs not easy to write about an important social issue and at the same time tell a compelling and personal story but Green has managed it beautifully.¬†No Entry¬†grapples with the complexity of poaching as a social problem and presents it in a way that‚Äôs believable coming from a teenage girl without being overly naive.¬†
Congratulations on a true achievement!
Amy Knight 
Fiction Editor, author of Lost, Almost
Gila Green is a masterful storyteller, and No Entry can definitely be added to her growing list of masterpieces. With just the right balance of setting description, endearing characters, and daily life in South Africa, No Entry picks readers up out of their comfortable homes and drops them in the middle of Kruger National Park. But the beautiful lure of nature and safari animals is soon overshadowed by the world behind the scenes that Canadian high school student Yael Amar stumbles upon: greed, violence, and elephant poaching. Readers will find themselves experiencing the joys and sorrows of Yael, who is just trying to recover from a recent family tragedy, and become her biggest champion. 
~Margo L. Dill, author of Finding My Place: One Girl's Strength at Vicksburg and Managing Editor of WOW! Women On Writing 
'An inspiring tale about how one young person can make an important difference for Africa's wildlife.'
Gareth Patterson, author of The Secret Elephants, South Africa.

What am I doing now? I'm busy working on the sequel. Yael is back! No Entry is available for pre-order at the link below.

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