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Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
About a year ago, with 10 followers, I started getting serious about my blog. I wanted to help other authors and get to meet people who enjoy reading and writing as much as I do. I have exceeded this goal and then some. I have met a wonderful community…
Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness:
Without my glasses, it’s hard to tell the difference.
Originally posted on The eBook Evangelist:
If you are a Goodreads user who like to reread your favorite books, here’s some good news: Goodreads had finally added a feature to track rereading a book. This has been a highly requested feature on the site (I’ve personally requested it on several occasions). With the new feature,…
Originally posted on Kristen Twardowski:
Today is a day for revisiting the madness of the English language. We have all had moments when our minds blank and we can’t figure out what word we should use. “Affect or effect?” We wonder to ourselves. “Affect is usually a verb, right?” Luckily the fine folks at GrammarCheck…
Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Article by Max Knoblauch at Mashable.com If you’ve spoken to someone for more than 10 minutes today, odds are that one of you was lying. If that person was your mother, the odds of lying increase dramatically. From small fibs to huge, Hollywood-worthy tales of deception,…
Mystery Thriller Week Three tips for writing humor An often told proverb claims, “dying is easy, comedy is hard.” Writers struggling to write comedy find it equally apropos. Novice writers who want to add a comic flair to their prose, especially fiction, often read the prose of accomplished comic writers and wonder, “How do they […]
Rachel Poli Death is part of real life as it is in fiction. The main difference is that we have the power to kill our characters whenever and however we want. We also have the power to bring them back, if our novel allows it. When it comes to writing fictional pieces, I think we […]