Tag Archive | Professional Writing

Essential Writers’ Tips – Cut The Adverbs

Originally posted on a cooking pot and twisted tales:
Adverbs To use or not to use adverbs is one big controversy in the writing world. The rule is to use them sparingly if at all. I loved using adverbs because they were convenient, but as I started understudy on how to write professionally it was…

5* Reviewed Novel Only .99 Cents For A Limited Time

Originally posted on Writing Is Hard Work:
It’s time for another promotion, and so I have listed my latest science-fiction mystery-thriller novel Come Apart for a low low Kindle price of .99 cents for this week.  It will remain .99 cents for the week, but revert back to $2.99 on Monday the 22nd.   It…

Author D.L. Finn

Embrace your inner child!

Book Editing

Professional book editing for fiction and nonfiction writers

barsetshirediaries

A site for the Barsetshire Diaries Books and others

Confessions of a Mystery Novelist...

A crime-fictional blog...

Touch My Spine Book Reviews

☆~Down to Earth and Honest Book Reviews from a Free-Spirited and Custom Bilbliophile~☆

Audrey Driscoll's Blog

Elements and Transformations

Phoenix Rainez

Author of Romance & Erotica

SUSANNE LEIST

AUTHOR of THE DEAD GAME--A PARANORMAL SUSPENSE

Book lovers' booklist

Book news and reviews

D.E. Haggerty

Writer, Blogger, Book Addict

A Reader Recommends

The Best in Independent Publishing

Suzie Speaks

The Adventures Of a Thirty-Something Life

Ghosts of the Past

The cyber home of writer/professor/historian Lee Hutch

Didi Oviatt

Author of suspense novels Search For Maylee, Aggravated Momentum, The Stix, and New Age Lamians. As well as the short story collection Time Wasters and (co-author of) The Suspenseful Collection.

authortranslatorOlga

Books, writing, life and everything else

Morgan Hazelwood: Writer In Progress

Sharing Writing Tips and Writerly Musings

Hannah Howe

Official Site

Flashbytes

Feed Your Head