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The 100 Best Websites for Writers in 2018…

The 100 Best Websites for Writers in 2018…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
By Dana Sitar  on The Write Life Site: The world offers a lot of ways to become a writer. You can go to school for journalism or creative writing, get a Ph.D. and publish in journals, start a blog and turn it into a business,…

Who Else: Writing Secondary and Minor Characters

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Morgan S. Hazelwood ? Who Else Is There? Writers know all about our main character–they’re the focus of our story. Often, the story is told in their voice. But what about everyone else? Unless you’re writing a person-versus-nature like Hatchet, you’re probably going to have other characters. ?…

Overcoming Yourself

Originally posted on Megan Morgan:
For the next few weeks, I’m going to do a series of posts on the conflicts that can be found in a narrative. Depending where you look, and whose advice you ask, there’s anywhere from 4-10 types of conflict that can drive a plot. I’m only going to cover six,…

Is your monster really scary enough for nightmares?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Monsters lurk about in many forms. Doesn’t have to be Big Foot or a dragon. A hateful neighbor or classmate, a work colleague, even a stranger on the street can be monsters in your story. One man’s monster is another man’s pet.  A monster can live in the protagonists past, their…

Indie Publishing News

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
hat Amazon’s Mysterious 50% Royalty ‘Error’ Says About Self-Publishing Adam Rowe   Pictured: a self-publisher, books. Not in that order. Authors using Kindle Direct Publishing, Amazon’s  e-book publishing unit, were given a shock when they turned to their KDP dashboards on January 9: A “50%” royalty rate had appeared between…

How Not To Take A Compliment.

Originally posted on Some Words That Say What I Think:
I am not very good at accepting compliments. My brain doesn’t know how to process them which is silly because receiving a compliment should be a relatively simple process: 1. Receive compliment. 2. Thank person who gave you the compliment. 3. Enjoy boost in self-esteem…

New Lit Magazine: Call for Submissions!

Originally posted on ShortStops:
Crossways is a recently launched literary magazine based in Cork, Ireland. We publish short stories and poetry. We like well written stories that stimulate the intellect and imagination. Whether it be traditional, modern or experimental we will read it. We are especially interested in new and emerging authors. Unfortunately, we can’t offer…

Sending Docs to your Kindle

Originally posted on Karen J. Mossman:
Occasionally, an author may want to send a book directly to your kindle, or you would like to send yourself something. The only thing holding your back, is that you don’t know how. Follow my a step by step guide to help you make the most of using your…

He foolishly let her go… Dangerous Witness by @KatieReus #Suspense #NewRelease @InkSlingerPR

He foolishly let her go… Dangerous Witness by @KatieReus #Suspense #NewRelease @InkSlingerPR

Originally posted on Jacquie Biggar-USA Today Best-selling author :
Today we have the release week blitz for DANGEROUS WITNESS by Katie Reus! Check out this new romantic suspense and grab your copy today! ? ? Title: Dangerous Witness Author: Katie Reus Genre: Romantic Suspense About Dangerous Witness: ? He foolishly let her go… ? When the…

Smorgasbord Health Column – Pre-#Diabetes – The epidemic that goes unreported.

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
I posted on pre-diabetes two years ago, but the latest statistics are in and they make for very worrying reading. It is estimated that there are 84 million Americans who are pre-diabetic and are at very high risk of developing full blown diabetes. CDC January 2018 According to the…


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