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Top Ten Things Not to Do entering King Tutankhamen’s Tomb in 1922

Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
? This post is a continuation of the Top Ten Things Not to Do with a historical background. In 1922, the entrance to King Tutankhamen’s tomb was discovered in Egypt. Top Ten Things Not to Do if You Are Entering King Tut’s Tomb. 10 If you are entering King Tut’s tomb, do…

A little bit of writing inspiration from someone who knows…

Originally posted on IdeasBecomeWords:
.. how to write! Happy Monday 💫

Writing in Different Genres!

Originally posted on Jemsbooks:
? ? ? ? ? ? ? Writing in Different Genres How important is it for authors to be able to write across genres? First of all, not everyone cares to write in multi-genres. There are some who choose to write in one genre and for select readers. There is nothing…

How To Handle The Story That Keeps On Giving #MondayBlogs #Writing #Writer

How To Handle The Story That Keeps On Giving #MondayBlogs #Writing #Writer

Things To Consider When Writing A Relationship Break Up #SundayBlogShare  #AmWritingRomance

Things To Consider When Writing A Relationship Break Up #SundayBlogShare #AmWritingRomance

Limerick – Jemsbooks – Lucy!

Originally posted on Jemsbooks:
LIMERICK – JEMSBOOKS – LUCY THE TALENTED TOY TERRIER! Here is the last limerick for my young children’s books – ages 0-8, grades – PS-Gr 3. Hope you enjoy it! Read about all the other Limericks for Jemsbooks, Louey, Ricky, Lamby, Jerry, Jesse, Broose, Sebastian, Colby, Jeffrey, and Clarence Henry. All…

THE DEAD GAME BOOK TOUR

Originally posted on SUSANNE LEIST:
The Dead Game – Book Tour and Giveaway 6/6/2018 The Dead Game by Susanne Leist Genre: Paranormal Suspense Linda Bennett leaves New York for the slower-paced lifestyle of Oasis, Florida. She opens a bookstore and makes new friends. Life is simple that is until the dead body washes up onshore.…

Barcodes for Indie Authors – updated June 6, 2018

Originally posted on Meeka's Mind:
I’m assuming that any Indies reading this post will have gone through the same frustrations that I did, so I’ll jump straight into the how-to part of the post. Once that’s done, I’ll talk about barcodes in general and discuss why you might want one. Let’s do it! There…

The Elevator Pitch: Telling People About Your Book in One Sentence

Originally posted on Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors:
You may be talking to someone at a party, at work, or while waiting to lead an army of werewolves and asuras into battle to stop the demonic entity Delassi from entering our dimension and consuming it entirely (or is that just me?), and the subject you’ve…

Views of the Neighborhood – Guest Post by Mae Clair

Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
I know it is a little odd to see a guest post on the day I usually run a Views of the Neighborhood. I’ve done this for two reasons. 1. My friend Mae Clair is launching a new book and I want to help spread the word. 2. I am…

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