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10 Most Powerful Free And Paid Writing Tools Bloggers & Writers Can Use – by Lisa Brown…

10 Most Powerful Free And Paid Writing Tools Bloggers & Writers Can Use – by Lisa Brown…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Just Publishing Advice: There are so many facets when it comes to writing. Some believe that it is as simple as putting pen to paper, but there is a lot more preparation that goes into it. Before you even get to the writing part…

Are Free Promotions Still Worth It? – by Frances Caballo…

Are Free Promotions Still Worth It? – by Frances Caballo…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on The Book Designer: The controversy over whether it’s worthwhile to give books away for free continues. You work hard when you write a book. There are the costs associated with writing workshops, writers’ conferences, book coaches, editors, and book designers. When you’re ready to…

Write What You Want To Know

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide:
Source: Write What You Want To Know

Let’s Throw a Twilight Cookout*

Originally posted on Confessions of a Mystery Novelist…:
Community parties, picnics, and barbecues can be a lot of fun. They’re especially popular when the weather is warm, and people can get outdoors. Sometimes they’re sponsored by a school, and sometimes by a religious or political group. They can even be spontaneous. Lots of times they’re…

Don’t Be an Unreachable Author – by, Terry Whalin…

Don’t Be an Unreachable Author – by, Terry Whalin…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Last night I came home from another terrific writers’ conference. In addition to teaching three hour-long workshops, I met one-on-one with over 35 writers.  Each of my workshops had a good attendance and after each one, numerous people came forward to get my business cards and give me their information.…

Punctuation Marks: Quotation Marks for Fiction Writers – by Melissa Donovan…

Punctuation Marks: Quotation Marks for Fiction Writers – by Melissa Donovan…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
On Writing Forward site: The placement of quotation marks perplexes a lot of people. Do they go inside or outside of other punctuation marks, like periods and commas? Should they be used to set off titles or to emphasize certain words? Are they used for both spoken…

The Climax In The Context Of The Story Arc

Originally posted on KRISTINA STANLEY:
The climax scene is where you get to shine as an author. Every word you’ve written up to this point is going to pay off. What is the Climax? You’ve built you’re story up to the climax with rising action, and now the climax scene (or scenes) will have the highest…

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