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Writerly Things…8/12/18

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide:
fantasy book Writerly Things…8/12/18 Traci Kenworth It’s been a busy week. I’ve been working on getting my manuscript ready for PitchWars, failing that, submission. It’s working out better than I thought and I’m fixing the problems I noticed along the way. For me, I had a problem with description.…

Reading Links…6/19/18

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide:
road less traveled Reading Links…6/19/18 Traci Kenworth   Fantasy/Dystopian/UF/Paranormal/SF: https://audreydriscoll.com/2018/06/15/free-on-kindle-hunting-the-phoenix-book-4-of-the-herbert-west-series/ Journalist Alma Halsey chases the story of a lifetime to Providence, Rhode Island and finds more than she expected – an old lover, Charles Milburn, and an old adversary, renegade physician Herbert West, living under the name Francis Dexter.…

Writing Links…6/18/18

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide:
Landscape Writing Links…6/18/18 Traci Kenworth   Fantasy/Dystopian/UF/Paranormal/SF: https://mythcreants.com/blog/lessons-from-the-rambling-writing-of-handbook-for-mortals/ “Last year, Handbook for Mortals by Lani Sarem cheated its way to the top of the New York Times YA bestseller list. It wasn’t #1 for long, though. Observers quickly noticed how strange it was that a book no one had…

Reading Links…6/12/18

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide:
owl Reading Links…6/12/18 Traci Kenworth   Fantasy/Dystopian/UF/Paranormal/SF: https://teagansbooks.com/2018/06/09/its-about-time-with-don/ That’s where the idea of using some form of time travel emerged. It was a difficult decision because I’ve spent the past several books identifying with readers as a crime fiction author. I did publish a collection of short stories in…

Writerly Things 3/11/18

Originally posted on Where Genres Collide:
clock Writerly Things 3/11/18 Traci Kenworth   Oh, Daylight Savings Time, how I do loathe thee, usually. This year hasn’t been so bad as my daughter works the afternoon shift now so there’s no prying myself awake at the crack of dawn. Unless, of course, her retail hours shift…

ATTENTION MARKETING: Book Charms

ATTENTION MARKETING: Book Charms

Kobo Writing Life Guest Post by Deborah Cooke (Abridged from a version originally published on http://www.deborahcooke.com) Book charms are adorable and readers love them. I’ve bought them in the past from Etsy vendors, but when I realized I needed at least 100 of them for an event last August, I decided to try making my […]

How to Make Time for Creativity

Originally posted on ALK3R:
There’s a creative person buzzing around in each of us. But they can’t come to the phone right now, because they’re buried in admin and paperwork. It’s something that’s happened to nearly everyone at some point. We get misty-eyed at the thought of painting, playing, singing, writing or making, only…

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