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Writing a First Draft of a Novel: What it’s Really Like…

Writing a First Draft of a Novel: What it’s Really Like…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
To read the accompanying article by Author Natasha Lester, click on the link or Infographic below: Writing a First Draft of a Novel

Interview with Audiobook Narrator Jayne Entwistle

Mystery Thriller Week   Jayne is a voice over artist, actress, avid improviser, and narrator of audiobooks for Random House winning awards for her work on the popular Flavia De Luce series. She gives life to one of my favorite sleuths! Good ol’ Flavia. View original post 1,601 more words

The Fourteen Spears of Spring by Steve Tanham

When Dedications Leave Something to Be Desired

When Dedications Leave Something to Be Desired

Originally posted on Kristen Twardowski:
How authors dedicate books tells us a lot about them as writers and as people. Often books are dedicated to children, loved ones, or dogs. On rarer occasions, however, authors use the dedication section of books to make a wry joke, sneer at someone who doubted them, or twist a…

What Kind of Procrastinator Are You?

What Kind of Procrastinator Are You?

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Does this sound all too familiar: Deadlines are looming, nothing’s been done, and you’re binging on Netflix. But, putting off work doesn’t mean that you’re lazy. Procrastination reveals our hidden anxieties and self-destructive habits. Follow our ParcelHero® chart to find out what’s stopping you from…

Thursday photo prompt – Tryst #writephoto

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Use the image below to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… light or dark, whatever you choose, by noon (GMT)  Wednesday 22nd February and link back to this post with a pingback. Please make sure that the pingback works and if not, copy…

On Rescues And Escapes: Run, Character, Run!

Rachel Poli Rescue and escape seem to go hand-in-hand. If someone is captured, they can either save themselves and escape or someone will have to rescue them and everyone has to escape together. This is a common theme in most novels since a lot of plots, depending on the genre, has the good guy versus […]

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