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Snow Day Fail

Originally posted on Live to Write – Write to Live:
Today was a snow day for many/most of us in New England. I live outside of Boston, and it has been snowing for 30 hours. We have about 2 feet of snow, which for city living is a lot. I am warm, cozy, and safe.…

Most Mortals Need a Proofreader by Guest Author Wendy Janes @wendyproof

Most Mortals Need a Proofreader by Guest Author Wendy Janes @wendyproof

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
Why can’t you successfully proofread your own work? It’s very simple – you read what you expect to see. When you read other people’s work it’s fresh and new. Any errors seem to leap from the page, as the following examples demonstrate: “Perdita was so angry she felt like…

Making Your Own Ebook Part Eight – How to clean the formatting in your Word file

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
Now that you know how set up a clean template for your Ebook how do you apply it? If you have NOT written your story This is the easiest situation to handle and it just takes a little preparation to make things work really well. The sequence is straightforward.…

Book chat: ‘Etched in Sand’ by Regina Calcaterra

Originally posted on write meg!:
Regina Calcaterra could have turned out very differently. The third of five children, Regina and her siblings were forced to scrabble a life together when Cookie — their mentally ill, alcoholic mother — went on weeks- or months-long binges, leaving her four daughters and son to fend for themselves. Little…

Author Wednesday – Uvi Poznansky

Author Wednesday – Uvi Poznansky

Originally posted on P.C. Zick:
Welcome to another edition of Author Wednesday. There are so many things to say about today’s author. She’s multi-talented, writing across genres and never letting one type define her. No wonder she came up with the idea of creating a box set of Indie Authors who also defy definitions,…

The Sunday Show – Defining Moments with Writer Charles E. Yallowitz

The Willies

Originally posted on Jo Robinson:
Firstly I have to say that I’m not in any way religious. Not in the normal way at any rate. I do believe in a greater power, and I also believe that each of us has a purpose – something or things that we have to learn, do, or share…

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