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8 Basic Tips for Social Media Etiquette

Originally posted on The PBS Blog:
On social media, everything is a part of your brand and is an extension of you. People don’t know you personally so all they have to work with is the vibes you give off. From the way that you send emails, your blog posts, your social media posts and…

Introduce Yourself – Promotional Opportunity for New Authors

Originally posted on The PBS Blog:
Tomorrow marks the exact date of the premiere of this feature. On March 27, 2017, I opened my blog to authors who were interested in being interviewed here and to promote their work. I am reposting this for any authors out there who are interested in taking advantage of…

Do You Have any Questions For The Bloggers Bash Panel Debate?

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Writer’s Craft: Managing Tension With Peaks and Troughs by Rayne Hall

Mystery Thriller Week Tension is good. It makes the reader turn the pages. However,  constant high tension soon gets dull. The readers can’t sustain continuous scared excitement, and after a while, instead of roused, they become bored. It’s like the waves on a stormy sea: the peaks are only high because of the troughs between […]

What do I use to create an audiobook?

Originally posted on charles french words reading and writing:
(https://pixabay.com) Several people have asked me if my book Maledicus: The Investigative Paranormal Society Book I by Charles F. French is available as an audiobook.  The answer is no, but I should do this; however, I do not wish to pay anyone to do it. I can record…

What Book Would You Visit?

Originally posted on charles french words reading and writing:
(https://pixabay.com) As readers and writers, we create new worlds and engage with places built by other writers. Our imaginations inform our lives and give us gifts of wonder. I have often considered what it would be like if it were possible to enter into the world…

The Ultimate Character Questionnaire (156 questions)…

The Ultimate Character Questionnaire (156 questions)…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
This character questionnaire has been collated from a variety of sources. It has been split into categories to try to make it more manageable, but this categorisation is far from perfect and lots of the questions could probably be in more than one category. If…

August Interview: Yola Biggs the Chaos Goddess

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Yola Biggs by Kayla Matt If you had the choice of any occupation, what would you actually like to be? . I’d want to be a jellyfish.  Just float around the ocean and stinging things.  Nyder says I’d be good at that because they don’t have brains.  I think…

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