Archive | October 8, 2015

You are browsing the site archives by date.

Make the Most of Your Post.

Make the Most of Your Post.

Originally posted on ronovanwrites:
Yesterday was #BeWoW day here on Ronovan Writes. What does that #BeWoW mean? Be Writing on Wednesday to Be Wonderful on Wednesday and make the world a better place to visit. That means no negativity, inflammatory, or derogatory writing. A long time ago I began a focused effort to write positive…

THE PARANORMAL SIDE OF ME…(Guest Post)…

THE PARANORMAL SIDE OF ME…(Guest Post)…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
THE PARANORMAL SIDE OF ME I once had a YouTube series called Spritus Walking. I covered a lot of topics involving paranormal phenomenon and other spiritual based subject areas. One of the topics I touched on was ghosts. Since we’re nearing the Halloween season, I…

DEAD MEN DON’T REMEMBER: PART 20

Mystery, Thriller, Suspense. Where does your book belong?

Originally posted on Lori Crane:
So, what’s the deal with the genres Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense?? Most readers don’t know the difference, but if you’re trying to place your book in the best genre to find the perfect readership, a writer should know the difference. The difference depends on if the reader knows what’s going…

Vampire Books for Blood: Buy a Book, Feed a Vampire #VampBooks4Blood

Originally posted on Kevin A. Ranson ThinkingSkull.com:
Buy a book, feed a starving vampire. No, wait…is that right? Spread the word! http://www.wtfbooks.net/Vampire_Books_for_Blood.html #VampBooks4Blood

Writing Tip — 62

Originally posted on Anna Dobritt — Author:
An outline for your novel will not kill your creativity. The outline will help keep you on track and prevent plot holes and other possible inconsistencies in your story. True, it does take time away from the actual writing of your novel, but while you are working on…

AUTHOR WEDNESDAY – FLORENCE OSMUND

AUTHOR WEDNESDAY – FLORENCE OSMUND

Originally posted on P.C. ZICK:
Today on Author Wednesday, best-selling author Florence Osmund stops by to talk about her life as a writer since leaving the corporate world several years ago. She’s been a phenomenal success in her new career, and her advice is well worth following. She writes literary and women’s fiction. Red Clover,…

K.M. Allan

Writing Advice From A YA Author Powered By Chocolate And Green Tea

Cassie Loves Covers

Yes, I Judge Books By Their Covers

Just Can't Help Writing

A blog about the hard work of writing

Fiction is Food

Existing in a different World

Author D.L. Finn

Embrace your inner child by reading a good book!

Book Editing

Professional book editing for fiction and nonfiction writers

barsetshirediaries

A site for the Barsetshire Diaries Books and others

Touch My Spine Book Reviews

☆📚~A Magickal Book-Blog Featuring A Free-Spirited & Custom Made Bibliophile ~🔮

Audrey Driscoll's Blog

Elements and Transformations

Phoenix Rainez

Author of Romance & Erotica

SUSANNE LEIST

Author of Paranormal Suspense

Book lovers' booklist

Book news and reviews

D.E. Haggerty

Writer, Blogger, Book Addict

A Reader Recommends

The Best in Independent Publishing

Suzie Speaks

The Adventures Of a Thirty-Something Life

Ghosts of the Past

The cyber home of historian/author Lee Hutch