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“I Hate That!” Book Design Pet Peeves – by Joel Friedlander…

“I Hate That!” Book Design Pet Peeves – by Joel Friedlander…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on The Book Designer: This is a story about bad book design decisions, and how to avoid them. Jill and I visited Copperfield’s Books in Sebastapol this afternoon. Copperfield’s is a small chain of independent bookstores here in California, and a favorite place to browse…

How to make writing in first-person easier

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Do you struggle with first-person narratives? I do. Even though it’s my favorite point of view. I love writing, and reading, first-person point of view stories. But getting it right can be a struggle. I was thrilled to read a recent post on writing techniques from Bookfox.  Writing in…

Do you want to get clarity on your speaking career so you can get media publicity? via @pamperrypr #BrandAccelerator

Do you want to get clarity on your speaking career so you can get media publicity? via @pamperrypr #BrandAccelerator

Originally posted on Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network:
It’s almost back-to-school time and time to get busy… You want more PR so you can get more calls to speak? Here’s an invitation to join Speakers Magazine Publisher, Pam Perry’s Branding Accelerator Program….   If you’re serious and think it’s time, fill out the application and…

How to Deal with Writer’s Block by DG Kaye

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide:
via How to Deal with Writer’s Block by DG Kaye

But This is Where I Start*

Originally posted on Confessions of a Mystery Novelist…:
Many people might like (or even prefer) to read a series in order. But there are plenty of good reasons one might not do that. For example, the first novel(s) in a series might be out of print. Or, might not be translated into a language a…

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Originally posted on No Wasted Ink:
I felt it was time for a Monday link day with mainly writing tips.  Sometimes I go off on a tangent featuring fountain pens or whatnot and get away from what I feel everyone comes to the Monday post for quality writing links about the craft.  So here we…

English, origins and style #amwriting

Originally posted on Life in the Realm of Fantasy:
One of my favorite subjects is how English is and will always be an ever-evolving and ever-disintegrating language. The history of the evolution of English is intriguing. In recent years scholars have determined that if you want to make Shakespearean poetry  and prose rhyme, it must…

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