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Author Websites for beginners

Originally posted on Writer's Treasure Chest:
Picture courtesy of: March 29, 2013 Kimbereley Grabas published a blog post on “Your Writer Platform”, where she mentions “11 Author Website Must Haves”. ? ? I personally think the article is enormously important and for beginners like me very useful in a way to use like a…

The Art of Procrastination – A Writer’s Guide: A Guest Post by Rayne Hall

The Art of Procrastination – A Writer’s Guide: A Guest Post by Rayne Hall

Striking the Motherlode

Originally posted on Myths of the Mirror:
image from Well, I have a gift for you today. NO, it’s not a book. Phew! A friend of mine shared a link with me, and when I opened it, I gasped. My knees turned to syrup, and I wiped tears of delight from my eyes. I’d…

House Arrest- A poem & extract from my novel, “The Defeatist” (FREE today)

Writing Quotes — Stephen King

Originally posted on Anna Dobritt — Author:
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A survey for marginalised writers, artists and creative people

Originally posted on BRIDGET WHELAN writer:
Creative Future –  an inspirational organisation based in south-east England but with a national reach – is researching the barriers that marginalised and disabled artists face in the UK when accessing arts opportunities. What does marginalised mean? The organisations that help to fund Creative Futures define marginalised as those…

What to do after rejection

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
What to do when you receive those dreaded rejections? Step 1: Squeeze those lemons in to a glass Step 2: Add water and sugar, lots of sugar and make lemonade! Step 3: Add vodka and ice Last but not least: Get back on that horse and start writing Next listen to Stefanie…

Author Interview: Mariana Llanos

Author Interview: Mariana Llanos

Originally posted on Pigeonhole Books:
THE STAIRCASE ON PINE STREET BY MARIANA LLANOS 1) Please provide a short excerpt of what your children’s book is about. The Staircase on Pine Street is a story that will touch your heart with its tenderness, humor, sensitivity and page-turning narrative. I have crafted a beautiful story of family love…

in Print  –  AudioBook #Read ‘TWISTED’ for #FREE from 24th to 26th July 2015

in Print – AudioBook #Read ‘TWISTED’ for #FREE from 24th to 26th July 2015

THE OWL LADY IS PROMOTING: The Children of Stone Series by Mary Woldering

CHILDREN OF STONE: (Bk 1) Voices in Crystal (Bk 2) Going Forth By Day (Bk 3) Opener of the Sky in 2016 Remnants of an alien race of gods, wizards, shape-shifters, heroes, immortals are just passing through; transformed into the gods of ancient days. Who will you recognize in Children of Stone? Great storytelling fun […]

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