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Writing ; A lifestyle not a choice

Originally posted on The June Project:
Writing for some is not an option to omit. Last night after I wrote the first blog I went to bed. Correction I went to the bedroom but did not get to sleep. I closed my eyes but all of characters were still wide awake. I can envision them…

Revisitando un autor clásico invitado. Quevedo. Y una pregunta. ¿Habéis escrito un libro basado en un clásico?

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hola a todos: Como sabéis los viernes suelo traeros un autor invitado o nuevos libros, o las dos cosas. Me di cuenta de que hacía bastante tiempo que no había traído ningún autor clásico al blog, y como los primeros posts fueron hace mucho tiempo me pareció una buena oportunidad…

Guest classic author revisited. Oscar Wilde. And a question. Have you written a book based on a classic?

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: As you know on Fridays I bring you guest authors and books, in a shape or another, and recently I decided to start exploring classics again. As my original posts are quite old I thought it might be worth sharing some of the early ones again as many…

Selling & Social Media–DON’T Be a Personal Space Invader

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Johnny Cat wants to write his memoir… We writers are kinda weird…okay, a LOT weird. We can drift to extremes if we aren’t vigilant. Either we are the non-stop All-Writing-All-The-Time Channel or we’re afraid to mention we have ever read let alone written a book lest we offend…

3 Web Tools for Free Promotion and Beta-Reading

3 Web Tools for Free Promotion and Beta-Reading

Originally posted on Writing Is Hard Work:
As an indie author, I am always on the lookout for ways to promote my books and make them better.  This week I found a few tools on the web that could potentially help me with this process.  As always, I thought I’d share: Wattpad – I had…


Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
My thanks to friend and author Valerie Ormond  for pointing me to this great article. To go read it, click on the image or link below:

How to Contact Book Reviewers

How to Contact Book Reviewers


NaPoWriMo #2

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
Space sunrise by Rainbowunweaver One day I will take a cherished dream, And I will let it go, Let it fly into the sun. I will watch it unfold In a glory of rainbow colours, Soft as feathers, brilliant as stars, But I will follow only with my heart,…

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