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A day in the valley

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
On Thursday evening there was music… beautiful music that makes the heart sing. On Friday there was fog, traffic and meetings; working on the next Glastonbury talk and sharing the evening with Companions of the School. On Saturday, however, we went out to play.Well, it was research…

Guest Post by Mystery Author Carrie Cross – Advice for Aspiring Writers

Originally posted on Writing for the Whole Darn Universe:
Carrie Cross’s Advice to Aspiring Writers #4: Plot From the End One of the best bits of advice I’ve ever read regarding plotting was from Ayn Rand’s, The Art of Fiction. Her premise suggests that an author must plan the climax in advance, and figure out…

Last Chance Before Its GONE FOREVER!

Originally posted on New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Danielle Jamie:
**Today is your last chance to get Forever Heroes!!!** HEROES DON’T WEAR CAPES, THEY WEAR DOG TAGS ★★ Show your support to those who fought to keep us safe by ‪#‎ONECLICKING‬ Forever Heroes! ALL PROCEEDS of our Anthology go to Wounded Military…

Finding Your Strength in an Attitude of Gratitude

Review: The Waiting Room by Alysha Kaye

Originally posted on crippledatYourtable:
Author’s Note: Trying something different out..reviewing a book by an AMAZING new author. Check her out! 🙂 I found out about this book after Alysha followed my blog. I was instantly taken by the fact the book is written in first person. I have a thing for first person narration. Especially…

I wanted to write pretentiously.

Originally posted on Author Mark W Sasse:
This post is kind of a continuation of what I was talking about yesterday: the four things I’ve learned about novel writing. But I feel the need to expound a little more on one of the topics. I remember in the past when I tried to write, I…

Writing Tips: Being an Author: Pros & Cons

Originally posted on Shannon A Thompson:
Yesterday would’ve been my mother’s 54th birthday if she hadn’t passed away on March 16, 2003. My mother and I in 1992. Today, I’m dedicating this post to her, because she is the reason I have become so passionate about my writing dream. Her memory has pushed me forward,…

Danny and the Midnight Marauder

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
I’m Danny the Dog. I wrote an article for Chris a few weeks ago, (click on this nifty little unobtrusive and discrete link to see it) and according to him, it was well received. Of course it was. I wrote it. Well, one thing led…

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