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Caturday funnies — cats playing peekaboo edition

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Word Weaver Writing Contest WINNERS

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
… will be announced tomorrow. Just making sure everyone knows. Hope you didn’t think this was the announcement. It’s not. Didn’t mean to fool you. Probably. See you tomorrow.

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How Long Should A Book Be? Word Count Guidelines by Genre – by Anne R Allen…

How Long Should A Book Be? Word Count Guidelines by Genre – by Anne R Allen…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Follow word count guidelines to keep from snoozifying your reader.  A constant complaint I hear from agents, editors, writing teachers, and reviewers is that they see too many manuscripts with inappropriate word counts. If you’re getting a lot of form rejections or simply silence from…

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Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author DOWNLOAD your (Free April 21 & 22) copy of AMAZING MATILDA, the award-winning monarch butterfly picture book today at YOUR AMAZON What is Earth Day? Earth Day is celebrated annually on April 22 with events worldwide in support of the environment and to raise awareness for the environmental protection and care of […]

Money Matters: A Brief History Of Currency

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
E.L. Skip Knox recently published a great post on one of my favorite resources, Mythic Scribes, titled, History for Fantasy Writers: Money. Knox is the creator of the fantasy world called Altearth, a place where magic is real, monsters roam the land, and the Roman Empire never fell. He is also a retired…

How To Assume Your Reader Is Smart

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
We writer types aren’t always sure readers know what we’re talking about. As a result, we can explain things when we don’t need to. Check out this partial scene: “Alright, but you have to promise.” Lori held out her pinky. She was making him pinky-swear. Something they had done as kids.…

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