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Guest Posts: Are they valuable?

Originally posted on KRISTINA STANLEY:
Guest blogging can be a great way to expand your online network, meet new friends, and share your work with others, but it’s hard work if you want to do it right. I believe anyone who offers me a spot on their blog deserves my full attention, meaning they get…

The Ins & Outs of Writing a Book

Originally posted on Susan Finlay Writes:
I’ve often heard that everyone has a book inside them. I don’t know if that’s true or not. If it is, that phrase still doesn’t mean that everyone can get that book to the outside. For most of us, a book doesn’t come to mind fully developed and needing…

Which Grammar Rules Do You Ignore?

Originally posted on Just Can't Help Writing:
As I noted a few posts ago, in his article “The Phenomenology of Error,” Joseph Williams categorized errors by type. Among his more interesting categories, in my view, were those errors that the experts make even as telling us not to (and nobody notices). He also had…


Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
Painting by Tomilovsky. I know, I’ve used it before, but it fits. Haunted, the ocean waves, With the souls that no one saves, Carried on the swell to the promised land, And laid with tenderness on the gentle sand. In the broken spaces, The lonely, empty places, The sad…

7 Ways to Begin Your Plot Process

Originally posted on Jens Thoughts:
? There is plenty of controversy concerning outlining or pantsing, but if you plan even a little bit, you’ll enjoy this infographic. I have written with and without and outline, and although my outline was more a beat sheet with scene to scene blurbs I found it helped me stay…

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Gratitude – A Real Game-changer!

Originally posted on The Chicago Files:
? We’ve all heard the saying, “Count your blessings.”  Sometimes the most common and well-meaning phrases are repeated so often we forget what it is the words are actually trying to convey.  I find when we allow words or phrases to become commonplace in our language, the original intention of…

Grandpa Gets Audited

Originally posted on My Good Time Stories:
Photo Credit: GotCredit via CC Flickr Everybody needs a giggle or a chuckle at least once a day…today is no different. I hope that the following little story brings a smile to your face and a little joy to your heart. The IRS decides to audit Grandpa, and…

Getting Graphic with Your Novel

Originally posted on Archer's Aim:
It’s always good to get questions as an author, especially on Goodreads. As release day for The Bow of Destiny approaches I’m getting a few questions. One that I found interesting goes as follows in the screenshot: The Answer Honestly, I never even considered the idea but I am…

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