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DO NOT STOP

Originally posted on razorlinepress:
I needed a little palette cleanser after the first draft of my Santa story was done. I’m not sure where this is going, but I hope you enjoy what I’ve written so far of Do Not Stop. And don’t forget to stop by the Amazons and download a book. ? This would have…

The Joys and Pains of Lovingly Being Called a Panda

Originally posted on Xao Thao:
I had a friend who would call me “panda”. I presumed it was because I’m Asian. She called herself “turkey” because she thought she had huge turkey legs. I even made us such cute comics about a turkey and a panda. And yet, I really hated her calling me that,…

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Marketing Tips

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
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“Season’s Makeover” HAIKU by Bette A. Stevens

Originally posted on Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author:
Here at ‘The Farmstead’ in Central Maine, the when leaves have fallen and we’re feeling a little blue, we awake to morning magic—a landscape transformed with fresh fallen snow. Our first season’s adornment arrived last week—a mere inch and a half of that lovely white lace. Blessed…

Facebook Really Can Help You Sell Books: A Guest Post by Barbara Hinske

This is the promised second part to my Can Facebook Really Help You Sell Books? post. It is written by romance author Barbara Hinske, who has done a great job with Facebook, as you will see. I̵… Source: Facebook Really Can Help You Sell Books: A Guest Post by Barbara Hinske

STAGES OF CHAOS: SHOCK…(Guest Post)…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
STAGES OF CHAOS: SHOCK In 2014 I experienced a life changing event that caused me to feature a series on my YouTube Channel. It was called Stages of Chaos. I hypothesized this situation due to a dramatic turn of events in my personal life. What…

#RealYA How Does It Affect Fiction?

Originally posted on Shannon A Thompson:
Last week, many took to Twitter to discuss the differences between young adults in YA and young adults in RL (a.k.a. real life). Let me tell you, it was awesome! I loved talking to current high schoolers as well as discussing my situation when I was in high school.…

12 Useful Things To Say When Denying A Fictional Character Crush #writers #amwriting 

Heather Fraser Brainerd’s #recipe for Chocolate Crinkles – plus my favourite Private Detective, Josie Cates

Originally posted on Helena Fairfax:
Heather Fraser Brainerd writes brilliant and funny mystery novels with her brother, David Fraser, as well as a variety of other genres under her own steam. Brainerd and Fraser’s adorable heroine, José Picada, P.I. (aka Josie Cates) is one of my favourite Private Detectives ever. A couple of years ago…

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