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The Perfect Halloween Read!

Written and delivered in the fashion of Sam Spade and Phillip Marlowe

THIS BOOK IS A HOOT!

New Year’s Resolution: Turn Your First Draft Into A Great Story – Feedback For Fiction

Originally posted on KRISTINA STANLEY:
Happy New Year. The holidays are over and maybe you’re thinking about your New Year’s resolution. How about rewriting your novel by following the Feedback process? Spend more time on your passion and finish that awesome story. Being able to perform a structural edit on your own manuscript will ensure you…

A Writer’s Mind: Notebooks of Famous Folks

A Writer’s Mind: Notebooks of Famous Folks

Originally posted on Kristen Twardowski:
Though I love the flexibility that modern technology offers to writers, a bit of beauty is lost when authors create their works using computers. With that in mind, today I want to feature some of the physical remnants of the work of writers. Some of these are notebooks filled with…

A Little Hook

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
Every writer has his or her own process. Ideas come, sometimes in the form of virtual Mack trucks that appear out of nowhere, usually at the most inopportune of times, creating the need for you to stop whatever it is that you’re doing and run away to write all…

How the Age of Digital Books is Fostering the Writing and Self-Publishing of Mid-length Books

How the Age of Digital Books is Fostering the Writing and Self-Publishing of Mid-length Books

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Extract from an article on the Self Publishing Advice Site: The digital publishing revolution has brought both opportunities and threats to those who write in specific non-fiction genres, whether in traditional book form or for other print publications such as newspapers and magazines. British author…

Milestones, people power and the OMG effect

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
It doesn’t matter what we are doing, consciously or not, we all seem to set ourselves arbitrary milestones. Some decide on them in advance, creating a deliberate goal that is as firmly fixed as a guiding star, others simply recognise them in passing, but whether it is…

AN ARRANGEMENT by Lindsay Marie Miller #NA #Romance @Lindsay_MMiller #BookReview

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
An Arrangement by Lindsay Marie Miller My rating: 3 of 5 stars An Arrangement is a NA romance set in New York. Claire Andrews’ younger sister Amy has a rare heart defect. Dr Abrams wants to try some expensive experimental treatments which won’t be covered by insurance, so the family…

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