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First-Person POV #amwriting

Originally posted on Life in the Realm of Fantasy:
Third-person omniscient is my usual mode to write in, but I am currently writing a short story in first-person present tense, and it’s not going well. When we write in third-person omniscient mode, the story is told from an outside, overarching point of view. The narrator…

#BlogBlitz : No Comment by Graham Smith @GrahamSmith1972 @rararesources @caffeinenights #BookReview — Jane Risdon

Originally posted on
Originally posted on Me and My Books: I am delighted to be sharing No Comment by Graham Smith with you all today. A novella that involves DI Harry Evans. Purchase links for this great power packed read are at Amazon UK or Amazon.Com. Synopsis: When a single mother, Julie Simon,…

Goats Doing What Goats Do Best — Nutsrok

Originally posted on
Originally posted on Nutsrok: I don’t know why Daddy kept goats. In theory, they’d eat brush and he’d have one to barbecue on Memorial Day, Fourth of July, or Labor Day. The fact is, our goats didn’t ascribe to the brush eating theory and were born knowing their life’s purpose…

#NotesFromTheRiver – #BackyardBirds

Guest Writer Spot

Originally posted on estherchiltonblog:
I’ve featured a number of very talented writers in this slot over the past few weeks. And I’m on the lookout for more of you!  If you’d like your writing to appear on this page, please contact me here or by e-mail: I accept stories, poems, articles – in fact,…

5 Ways for Children’s Authors to Sell More Books Locally

5 Ways for Children’s Authors to Sell More Books Locally

Originally posted on Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network:
5 Ways for Children’s Authors to Sell More Books Locally 1 Author Marketing Experts, Inc. by Penny Sansevieri Co-host events in bookstores and creative venues Vying for time in bookstores and other venues is becoming more and more competitive. So authors, especially children’s authors, should keep your expectations in…

What Now? Five Things I’ve Learned about Writing

Originally posted on Reading Rachel:
832 days. Exactly the number of days that elapsed between publication of the first book and completion of the sequel’s first full draft. That works out to 2 years and 102 days, most of spent not writing anything at all. Anyhoodle, I wouldn’t call 832 days a long time (I…

Notes from a small dog – We were all young once… #NationalPuppyDay — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

Originally posted on
She nearly made me miss this! Can you believe it? Old or young, two legs or four, we were all puppies once and a little love can heal many things. I am a rescue pup… Mum and Dad we found looking after each other in a field while me and…

Reptile dysfunction

Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness:
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