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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…

Almost Free!

Originally posted on Valerie Ormond's Thoughts On…:
? Hi all, I’m running a book promotion for my second novel, Believing In Horses, Too. For just $.99, you can be settled in with this multiple-award winning book from now until Sep.12. Please visit Amazon: http://bit.ly/BelievingInHorsesToo Or Barnes & Noble http://bit.ly/BelievingInHorsesTooNook Thank you, and I would…

New Author Tip: What is the difference between a blog and author website, and do I need both?

Originally posted on The PBS Blog:
Whenever I am out and about the first question people ask: “Do you have a website?” So I thought I’d talk briefly about the difference between a blog and an author website and if you need both. First, no. You don’t necessarily need both, though I do recommend it…

Interview with Author Darlene Foster!

Originally posted on Jemsbooks:
INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR DARLENE FOSTER! Darlene Foster Please help me welcome author Darlene Foster to Jemsbooks Blog Segment of Interview an Author.  It’s lovely to have you here Darlene. Please step up on the soap box. Please tell us something about yourself. I’m probably considered a late bloomer as I didn’t…

…no, Authors… writing PERFECTION is NOT your objective…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…blasphemy?… heresy?… ravings of a mad writer?… signs of an author finally succumbing to the madness that years of tilting at imaginary characters bring?… that this ol’ Scots Jurassic scribbler should posit that the purpose of creative writing is NOT to achieve perfection?… p’raps, Mabel, but just hold on a…

…AUTHORS… why do YOU write?…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…I’m led to believe that in a protracted game of chess, from start to finish, there may be possible combinations of moves amounting to billions… given the number of books that have been written since Man first discovered how to put WURDS on to stone, paper, typewriters , and computing…

Is this the start of something good… The Wedding From Hell, Part 1 by J. R. Ward #Romance #BookReview @JRWard1

Is this the start of something good… The Wedding From Hell, Part 1 by J. R. Ward #Romance #BookReview @JRWard1

Originally posted on Jacquie Biggar-USA Today Best-selling author :
? Don’t miss #1 New York Times bestselling author J.R. Ward’s three-part ebook serialization: The Wedding From Hell. This exclusive prequel to her upcoming standalone suspense Consumed (available in October 2018) takes us back to where it all started between arson investigator Anne Ashburn and ‘bad boy’ firefighter Danny Maguire. The Wedding From Hell is…

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