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cover image of Wounded Bride by Hyacinth Grey
First in a series of hard-boiled detective novels. Press enter on the picture description or click on the cover image to visit the Wounded Bride page to learn more and purchase.
cover of Our Place: Monica and Brad Start School by Hyacinth Grey with text shown in both braille and print
Upcoming children’s book written with my husband, Michael. I tell a story and he writes about braille. Press enter on the picture description or click on the cover image to visit Hyacinth Grey’s Books for Young Readers (hgb4yr.com).

Writing Advice

  • How to Overcome the Fear of Plotholes in Your Fiction

    Are you afraid of the following: You’ve spent a lot of time crafting a wonderful story, but when you read it over, you find something that doesn’t agree with something else — a plothole. I’m pretty sure it happens to every writer at some point. It’s certainly happened to me. The question isn’t weather writers […]

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  • A Couple of Great Reasons to Write Fiction

    Lots of us love to read fiction, but have you considered writing some? Here are two great reasons why you should. The news is often frightening, confusing, and bad. Some people post on blogs or social media, some write physical letters or e-mails, and some, like me, turn their fear and uncertainty into fiction. Here […]

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  • What Writing Is (and is not)

    Writing is not an arcane activity. You don’t need to be an expert in anything to be able to write. Having good grammar, spelling, and punctuation helps, but as long as you have a story to tell, you can write fiction. You don’t need to take a writing course or follow certain rules. You can […]

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