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4 Ways Writing Helps You Relax

4 Ways Writing Helps You Relax

Originally posted on Uninspired Writers:
Life can be stressful, perhaps now more than ever. I’m in full encouragement of people practising self-care and doing all they can to relax. Writing is my very favourite distraction from the world, so I just had to share those 4 wonderful ways writing can help you to relax. Writing…

8 Challenges (and Solutions) When Writing From Home – by K.M. Weiland…

8 Challenges (and Solutions) When Writing From Home – by K.M. Weiland…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Helping Writers become Authors: In these last few weeks, writers everywhere have experienced major changes in their daily schedules. If you were used to writing from home, now you may be accustoming yourself to writing with kids or other loved ones in the next…

People Come Into Your Life For A Reason, A Season or A Lifetime. Why I Believe The Same About Characters #Writers

People Come Into Your Life For A Reason, A Season or A Lifetime. Why I Believe The Same About Characters #Writers

Originally posted on Lucy Mitchell :
I read a good blog post?which talked about the following: People come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime. When you figure out which one it is, you will know what to do for each person. When someone is in your life for a REASON, it…

How to Rescue an Endangered Book and Find your Author Mojo – by Ruth Harris…

How to Rescue an Endangered Book and Find your Author Mojo – by Ruth Harris…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Anne R. Allen: You’ve kinda/sorta finished your book/first draft/whachamacallit. In drastic cases, it could even be an outline that’s gone off the rails and landed in a ditch. But. Your original brilliant idea is drowning in a sea of ugly clutter. There are dust…

Some of Aunty’s thoughts during Lockdown…

Some of Aunty’s thoughts during Lockdown…

How to Write a Stand-Out Author Bio – by Lois Hoffman…

How to Write a Stand-Out Author Bio – by Lois Hoffman…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Happy Self Publisher: Your author bio is a calling card and targeted marketing tool to promote you and your work wherever it appears. It establishes a relationship with the reader because they get to peek behind the curtain to see who you are, where…

“Hot Men, Tattoos, and KU…What more could you want?”  – Going Inksane (Nice Ink Book 1) by Trish Edmisten

#romanceauthor #contemporary romance #romancewriter #newadultromance For the last five years, Heath Mitchell’s only priority has been running a successful tattoo shop. Relationships haven’t been on his radar, but as his thirtieth birthday gets closer, Heath realizes just how lonely he is. Like an answer to his prayers, Ned Nice comes into his shop. Despite the…

“A really interesting series of novellas!” – The Complete Set – Summer Spirit Novellas 1 – 9 by Samantha Jacobey

#GuardianAngels #CleanRead #Paranormal #SweetLoveStory No one EVER had a summer romance like this!! When Charlie visited another plane parallel to our own, he discovered that Summer Angels and Dark Angels battle over the fate of man. Faced with choices no one should ever have to make, his adventure has been fraught with twists and turns,…

“I fell in love all over again” – Mariah: The M Series: Book Two by Ryanne Anthony

#contemporary, #romance, #interracial, #multicultural, #indieauthor, #indiepromo, #authorpromo Stubborn Mariah Hollander has not had a smooth life; some events that affect her happened before she was even born. But she survived it all, and she has the scars to prove it. After being in an abusive relationship, Mariah is not sure what kind of man she…

 “Harrowing and sometimes sad in its wartime letters from Harry to its comforting and sometimes humorous letters from Margaret.” – Dear Margaret by Pamela Ackerson

#ASMSG, #iartg, #bookboost, #bynr  Dear Margaret, In a world that had gone bonkers, two friends try to keep each other grounded by writing letters to each other during WWII. Although what happened in their lives was vastly different from each other, they found a common ground, a way to keep each other sane. From mundane…

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