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What to do in 6 common freelance crisis situations

Originally posted on LibroEditing proofreading, editing, transcription, localisation:
Oh, the freelance life is one that’s full of peaks and troughs, feasts and famines. I’ve already written about how to avoid running out of work and how to avoid overwhelm, and in this article I’m going to run through some common crises and my top tips…

Inviting Yourself into Someone Else’s House (Blog)

Publicity Tip #91 ~ flickr.com – neosnaps / Creative Commons License As a first-time author you might find yourself quite enthusiastic about doing guest blogs on topics you love (and finding a way to weave in mention of your book) to help publicize your new book while still keeping your budget in check. What you…

Want to know how to protect your writing?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Protection is as important as production. What is needed to protect your work? Find out how to protect your writing.  Molly Greene: Writer Blogger & Author, Gen Delacourt Mysteries, has a very informative blog post regarding Estate planning basics for writers. Whether you have already published or still in the…

Author Quotes: George Orwell

Author Quotes: George Orwell

Originally posted on readers+writers journal:
The Quotable George Orwell Today would have been George Orwell’s 102nd birthday. In celebration, Readers+Writers Journal has assembled some of the journalist, essayist and novelist’s best and most memorable quotes. Orwell was born Eric Arthur Blair, in India, where is father was a British official. Despite the circumstances of his birth and…

Writing Quotes — Elmore Leonard

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Is Kindle Unlimited Hurting New Indies?

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
I was planning on posting the new TOC how to using Calibre this week, but I’m afraid that I haven’t been able to get to my computer to get the screenshots together this week – so next week it will be – promise. Getting back here today though, it…

Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Holding Back by @helenpollard147 #Romance #Bookreview

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team review is from Luccia, she blogs at http://lucciagray.wordpress.com Luccia chose to read and review Holding Back by Helen Pollard Review of Holding Back by Helen Pollard by Luccia Gray Pleasant Holiday Romance If you fancy a pleasant journey and holiday romance in sunny Portugal in summer, this is…

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