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FIVE – HOW & WHEN TO USE: (Writing Tips) Infographics…

FIVE – HOW & WHEN TO USE: (Writing Tips) Infographics…

I’m Back With Several Courses For Publishing Authors

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
After a short break, I’m back with news of several publishing courses now available for only $10.99 (down from as high as $200)! If, like me, you’ve attended any Udemy courses in the past, you will surely have heard of the New Year Resolution offer they’re currently running, lasting until…

Blog Tour: Top Five Reasons I Found Myself OBSESSED with The Chalk Man @cjtudor

Originally posted on Clues and Reviews:
Late last year, after fighting it for some time, I gave into my temptation and read one of my most anticipated 2018 releases, The Chalk Man by C.J Tudor.    After finishing the novel, I understood completely why there had been so much buzz surrounding this book. Fast-paced, completely…

From Writing To Self-Publishing To Online Publishing…

From Writing To Self-Publishing To Online Publishing…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
by Derek Haines  on Just Publishing Advice site: Writing naturally leads to self-publishing. And then? As so many writers have discovered, self-publishing is a fantastic opportunity to get books published and available to readers all around the world. Self-publishing, however, also involves a very long…

Housework won’t kill you, but why take a chance?

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Short Story/Serial Monday – No Pain, No Gain – Part 15

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
It’s been a while since we checked in on Dr. Haybrook, Gini and poor Joyce. I took a break from this serial during the holidays, but it’s back with a vengeance and coming to a climax, but not quite yet. Please enjoy the latest installment of No Pain, No…

Your Novel’s Future: How AI Will Bring Your Book to the World…

Your Novel’s Future: How AI Will Bring Your Book to the World…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
by Glenn Miller  on Career Authors Site: This is the future of your book In sub-Saharan Africa—Mali, Niger, Chad—half the citizens are illiterate. Yet a teenager cocks her head and listens to a story, one that rivets her to her chair and makes her eyes…

Do you want to know how long to make a story?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Size matters. Some say write until your done, but as with all things, there is a rule of thumb. And knowing where the goal-line is may be helpful. Want to know the answer? I do agree we should write until finished, however, goals and guidelines are helpful. And as…

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