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Have you ever gone on Amazon to search an item – say a watch? If the same happened to you as what happened to me, for the next while, every time I was on their site,...
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The following is a repost from here. As I talked about in last month's blog post, Self-Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing - 3 Major Differences, when you self...
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Curly Sue review
Curly Sue review 2 months ago
You always always always need an editor!
Curly Sue review
Curly Sue review 2 months ago
Yes! Always lol!
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Social Media for authors, and why it’s so difficult to hit a moving target #amwriting #repost Social Media for authors, and why it’s so difficult to hit a moving...
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Is Cryogenic Sleep the Best Option When Implementing Interstellar Traveling? #repost The following is a repost from here. As we get closer and closer to the...
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The following is a repost from here. You see the value of retweets - but how do you get them? Having a retweet group you participate in can easily get you thousands of...
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How to make a plot captivating: 7 strategies #repost from @nownovel How to make a plot captivating: 7 strategies #repost from @nownovel The following was originally...
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I stress eat when I query. But it's OK; the anxious pacing I do across my office afterword burns off the calories. #amquerying #amwriting This next week might be a...
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The following is a repost from here. Writers have a lot of different ways of getting to know their characters. Character biographies, for example, allow you to figure...
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The following is a repost from here. Learning how to proofread is just as essential for writers as learning how to structure a story or write dialogue. It’s always...
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The following is a repost from here. Abbreviations are an important feature of English, and they take various forms. They may be shortened titles (Ms, Mx, Dr, Capt.);...
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The following is a repost from here. Yesterday was National (U.S.) Grammar Day, which is the high holy day for us word nerds. Everyone celebrates in their own way–I...
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The following is a repost from here. Recently, John McIntyre posted a video in which he defended the unetymological use of decimate to the Baltimore Sun’s Facebook...
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The following is a repost from here. “I don’t care what the newspapers say about me as long as they spell my name right.” No one knows who said it first, but...
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I stumbled upon this blog post from 2013. Wonder if the author would make the same predictions today. Anyway, enjoy. Two decades is not a lot in the grand scheme of...
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A common worry when nearing the finale of your debut novel is whether you have a) enough words to qualify as a publishable, full-length novel or b) too many words...
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