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The Secret Use of Semicolons

The Secret Use of Semicolons

Originally posted on Karelia Stetz-Waters:
I once taught alongside a professor who would give an A to any final exam that properly employed the semicolon. She gave very few A’s, so few, in fact, that I hesitate to bring up the secret use of the semicolon. People have enough trouble with the conventional use. The…

Author Quotes – Stephen King

Originally posted on readers+writers journal:
Stephen King is best known as a writer of horror and supernatural fantasy whose books have sold over 300 million copies. He is also a political activist, advocate for other writers and free speech and the author of On Writing, considered among the best modern memoirs/guides on the writing life…

…the LUV of this fabulous WURLD-wide diaspora of authors on the net…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher: …a universal truth, ‘no man is an island’… neither is any woman… and may I posit particularly, neither is any man or woman who quill-scrapes for a living… the image of the writer ensconced in the virtual candle-lit garret is not so distant from the day-to-day reality of trying…

A Quick Awards Ceremony before the BAFTAS – The Sisterhood of the World Bloggers

A Quick Awards Ceremony before the BAFTAS – The Sisterhood of the World Bloggers

My Life of Crime

Originally posted on historywithatwist:
This is a big day for me – my new novel, High Crimes, is now available on Amazon. It is the first time I’ve stepped out of historical fiction and into the modern world. High Crimes is a tale of stalkers and abusers and how their victims finally decide to fight…

The Final Episode of The Wolfcat Chronicles and Some Other Stuff

Originally posted on The One & Only Elgon:
Yesterday I began working on Book Ten of The Wolfcat Chronicles. I’ll not call this a revision because I’ll be extensively rewriting the book, most of the changes coming in the last third to a half of the story. But already I have changed a couple of…

Resources for Combatting Clichés

Ronovan Writes Week In Review

Ronovan Writes Week In Review

Originally posted on ronovanwrites:
In case you missed something from this week, here they all are. Hope you find something you enjoy. POETRY Bruised Heart-A Haiku BLOGGING TIP Blogging Personality: The Key to Success. RONOVAN’S RANDOMS Ronovan Writes Weekend Mick Flick. Do you feel Serendipity this week? Depression, Understanding, and Finding Peace. ? Maybe more next week, Ronovan…

Lit World Interview Week In Review Jan 26-30.

Lit World Interview Week In Review Jan 26-30.

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
Here are the articles for the week, if you missed one, go and check it out today. Author Interview with Ronovan Writes The Judas Apocalypse & Can’t Buy Me Love Q&A @DanMcNeil888 FEATURES Text to Speech: Editing Through Listening PS Bartlett Authenticity and Honesty as an Indie Author Jo…

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