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The broke writers toolbox of 8 ABSOLUTELY FREE APP’s for 2018

The broke writers toolbox of 8 ABSOLUTELY FREE APP’s for 2018

Originally posted on Shining Seeds:
I’m a terrible writer. Ever so often I growl in envy, that some people simply have the skill to build words in such a manner that they create the most vivid scenes in a mere fraction of the composition. And ever so effortlessly, these people seem to do this in…

Don’t Forget! #DeBaryHall #CFFW Presentation Tomorrow at 2:00 PM

Originally posted on The Write Stuff:
One last reminder that I will be hosting a Central Florida’s Fabulous Wildlife presentation at DeBary Hall tomorrow afternoon, along with my very special guest, wildlife photographer Doug Little. This will be an introductory overview of my new, bi-monthly series, and I hope you’ll stop by to help kick things…

Do You Plan Your New Year Reading? – Guest Post by, Jaq D Hawkins…

Do You Plan Your New Year Reading? – Guest Post by, Jaq D Hawkins…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
I’ve noticed in book groups that some people put more planning into what they will read next than others. A few even make lists of the books they plan to read over the next year during the month of December! I can make no objection…

Thistledown – Midsummer Bedlam 20 — Hanging by a Hair

Writer’s Block

Originally posted on Lynette Noni:
“How do you deal with writer’s block?” This is easily the most common question I get asked. But the very fact that so many people ask implies that it’s a real thing that writers struggle with, so I figured I should finally post my advice for all to read. Do…

#MotownWriters: Free downloads to help sell more books.

Originally posted on Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network:
Hi, here are some free downloads for authors to use to better market and plan their 2018 year to help sell more books. Marketing Planner that you need to print off and a must to use for your 2018 Be sure to download my new Monthly…

“A matter of perspective” by Carl D’Agostino

Originally posted on I Know I Made You Smile:
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Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – The Story Reading Ape shares Researching for your novel: Effective Interviewing by Eric J. Gates

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
Delighted that The Story Reading Ape, Chris Graham has offered some of his archive posts for this series. Chris has archives full of great creative writing infographics and also guest posts from authors sharing their experience and expertise. This article is from Eric J. Gates from 2014 which is…

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