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Useful Twitter Hashtags for Bloggers – from Suzie Speaks — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

Originally posted on carsonrenomysteryseries.com:
Reblogged from Suzie Speaks… the mysteries of the eponymous hashtag revealed: What is a Hashtag? A hashtag, put simply, is a label or category that allows others to find something within a specific theme or content and are primarily used on Twitter and Instagram. Once you have copied a URL…

4 Ways Querying A Novel Is Like A Religion — Viv Drewa – The Owl Lady

Originally posted on carsonrenomysteryseries.com:
https://www.youtube.com/embed/hHv9kfmamsg?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Originally posted on Morgan S Hazelwood: 4 Ways Querying A Novel Is Like A Religion Most agents, especially in America, like query letters. These are somewhat formulaic introductions to your novel’s characters and plot, that give the agent a feel for your writing style and story. (I’ve heard ones…

Character Quotes from Ring Up the Curtain by Dellani — Cereal Authors

Originally posted on carsonrenomysteryseries.com:
“Yeah. See you, princess.” “Love ya, Romy.” He chuckled, making kissing noises in the phone. “Would that were true, love. I’d be all over that.” “Rom, you’d be all over anything that stood still long enough.” “Shh, keep it down or Gran will worry about the cat.” © 2018 Dellani…

#NationalPoetryMonth – #SummerMagic – Indian Summer

Originally posted on The Write Stuff:
Wrong season for this one, I suppose, but I trust you’ll forgive me if I share it anyway. 🙂 Though it wasn’t written with them in mind, specifically, it always makes me think of Mac as a badly scarred adult, and Sarah, who showed him the way back. Enjoy!…

Friday happy dance

Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness:
https://youtu.be/Vhm4TGOKn8c

31 Canadian Literary Magazines That Pay Writers By Erica Verrillo…

31 Canadian Literary Magazines That Pay Writers By Erica Verrillo…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Publishing … and other Forms of Insanity: I have a special fondness for Canadian literary magazines. They often pay their writers, don’t ask for “perpetual rights,” and for the most part do not charge submission fees. In addition, Canada, unlike its neighbor to the…

Book Talk…4/20/18

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide Traci Kenworth YA Author & Book Blogger:
feather Book Talk…4/20/18 Traci Kenworth   I rejoined Kindle Unlimited on a trial basis, not sure if I will keep or not. Right now, I’m reading: Princess Fugitive by Melanie Cellier(I like the different take on the Wolf, it’s a Red Riding…

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