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Everything You Need To Know About Blogging

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
WebsiteBuilder recently published an amazingly detailed infographic called The State of Blogging Industry & The Ultimate Beginners Guide on How to Create a Blog. They kindly allowed me to share with you, so here it is!

Writing Links 1/22/18

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide Traci Kenworth YA Author & Book Blogger:
Night, Sunset Writing Links 1/22/18 Traci Kenworth   Fantasy/Dystopian/UF/Paranormal/SF: http://legendsofwindemere.com/2018/01/13/buses-books-bedlam-and-bloodsuckers/ “I’ll admit I’m still nervous since this is going to be a fantasy vampire adventure.  That middle part is tough because everyone has their own thoughts on what a vampire should and…

Battle lines…

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Image: William Blake – Hekate and the Moirai “Defy me?” says Routine. “Try something new?” asks Habit. “Yep,” cries Rebellion. “Absolutely!” answers Adventure. Lines are drawn, this could get ugly. Mediocrity and Excitement peek out from their respective corners.  Wont and Want draw weapons…. Fate steps in…

Everyone Loves A Hero

Originally posted on The Magic of Stories:
According to Wikipedia a hero (masculine) or a heroine (feminine), refers to a character who in the face of danger and adversity, or from a position of weakness, displays courage and the will for self-sacrifice; this is heroism. These days the feminine has been dropped and a hero…

Ten Questions Not to Ask an Author

Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
? ? The inspiration for this list was preparing myself to attend four book festivals this year. I was making a list of items that I needed, and it occurred to me that I should prepare some answers to obvious questions. One thing leads to another, and the list is born.…

Do you need a little help describing voice?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
How about 240 ways to show a character’s voice? That’s right 240! Sometimes writers fall into a rut of using the same descriptive words over and over for our characters. This infographic helps avoid that particular pitfall. Don’t reach for that thesaurus instead, save this list posted by CHRIS THE…

…what knavery therein lurks?

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…one of the wee side issues which occurs frequently when people learn that this’ ol’ Jurassic is actually a scribbler is the request to have themselves feature in one of yer next crime thrillers… inevitably I ask the question, ‘Would that be as a good guy/lady or a bad guy/lady?’……

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