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Do Your Own Research – A Warning to Indie Authors – Guest Post by, Yecheilyah Ysrayl…

Do Your Own Research – A Warning to Indie Authors – Guest Post by, Yecheilyah Ysrayl…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Hey Guys! Wow. It’s been a long time. I miss you all! *waves to readers and sits on virtual sofa* This article started out extremely long but then I realized how necessary it was to keep this short and simple. There is so much information…

You have been warned

Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness:
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#Writerlife101 Day 7: Worst writing advice #amwriting

Originally posted on Life in the Realm of Fantasy:
Writing advice is good because beginning authors need to learn the craft, and simple sayings are easy to remember. They encourage us to write lean, descriptive prose and craft engaging conversations. The craft of writing involves learning the rules of grammar, developing a wider vocabulary, learning…

This Week in Indie Publishing

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
Here’s How Digital Self-Publishing Has Changed Over The Last 3 Years David Gaughran

Infographic: Everything You Need To Know About WordPress

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Seeing how popular my Everything You Need To Know About Blogging post was, I was excited when WebsiteBuilder allowed me to share their recent Infographic, 51 Amazing Facts You Probably Don’t Know About WordPress. WordPress has become my trusted friend in website building, as its friendly interface allows clients to maintain…

“Hauntingly real.” – “Eve of Destruction” (Soldiers of Destruction Series, Book 1) by E. Kay Sims

#EKsSpecialOps I’m Capt. Eve Stone and I’m a cyborg. I woke up in a top-secret lab with no memory of my past, except that I was once human. They erased my memory, more than once. I’m more machine than human now, but once my sleep cycle begins, my memories from my human life return, and…

Vendor App sign ups are now available for the 2nd Annual Detroit Festival of Books July15th

Vendor App sign ups are now available for the 2nd Annual Detroit Festival of Books July15th

Originally posted on Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network: Vendor application signups are now available. Please click here to sign up

Will your book cross international borders?

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
? When writing your latest story, have you even considered that you may be subconsciously writing with a specific geographical reading public in mind, or has the idea never occurred to you? Quite a while back before I went independent, I was involved in a discussion on this…

Netgalley Update: Part 1- February Releases

Originally posted on Clues and Reviews:
For me, January is the month where I flounder like a fish out water as I desperately try to organize my life.  January seemed to last an absolute lifetime and I did indeed spend it aimlessly wandering, trying to get myself back on track.  Yikes… But, now that February…


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