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Quick Link: Insights into Your Midpoint Scene

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Your midpoint scene is pretty important. That is when the reader thinks they have a handle on what is going on but then you throw more at them. C. S. Lakin has great advice on how to manage and get the most […]

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Quick Link: How To Be A Writer: Traditional Publishing To Indie And Hybrid With John Birmingham

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Joanna Penn, of The Creative Penn, makes sure to cover all her bases. She doesn’t just do post, no she has podcasts – with transcripts. Someday I want to grow up and be her. All her posts are interesting and great and […]

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Your dog/cat feels bad for you because you don’t know how to talk.

First off continued good wishes for Mexico and Puerto Rico and everyone that was already trying to recover from nature’s wrath. If you own or have watched two dogs interacting with each other, then you know they don’t just go up and say “Hey Butch, how’s it hanging”.  There is a meeting-new-dog protocol, meeting-a-dog-who-is-a-friend protocol, […]

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Quick Link: 5 Lessons I’ve Learned as a Writer

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. I always love these articles where people who have had some success reflect back and share behind the scenes with us. Today’s post is from Writers and Authors, where author John Herrick shares some of the things he has learned. ~ * […]

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Just be safe, ok?

I had in mind to write a very different post for tomorrow but then I made the choice to watch the news. Normally I am very pragmatic about life and a very positive person. But after finding out what is going on around the world, I have to admit that I am a little worried […]

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Quick Link: The Hack’s Guide to Dealing with Book Reviews

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Book reviews can either make you jump for joy or drive you crazy. One of my author friends gets really upset at “nonsense” reviews. You know the ones that are mad at Amazon or something completely out of your control but they […]

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Don’t miss out on the new

There is something comfortable about what is known. We know what to expect and don’t have to work harder than necessary. While I am a great fan of exploring the unknown and will always take the road less traveled, you can still get stuck in a rut, or even get overwhelmed by all the options […]

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Quick Link: The Relaxed Release

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. I think Elizabeth S. Craig is brilliant and has the right idea when it comes to book releases. Do you agree? What tips do you have for a good title release? ~ * ~ The Relaxed Release by Elizabeth S. Craig I […]

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The life of a wannabe writer

A few of you may have noticed that there were no editor’s posts on Thursday and Friday of last week. The fact is, like many of you, I wear many hats. My paying job is working as a consulting software engineer and I do alright. Some freelance engineers will take on crazy work, just about […]

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Quick Link: Defusing Outlining Confusion by Miranda Nading

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Author Miranda Nading, posting from Romance University, shares her wisdom on how do create outlines with little fuss. Do you have any outline secrets to share? ~ * ~ Defusing Outlining Confusion by Miranda Nading by Miranda Nading After finding myself backed […]

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Quick Link: Driving Down the Price of Publishing

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. This article hits home for me. I used to love creating quality ebooks for authors. Whatever you wanted I could do, things like drop caps, special inserted quotes, linked references all no problem. It is all just HTML/CSS to me. But I […]

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Quick Link: The Ingredients of a Great Series Character

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. One of the ways to boost your success as an indie writer these days is to write a series.  But not every character has the strength or depth to carry a series. James Scott Bell at Kill Zone wrote a great list […]

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Lazy writing and Logan Lucky

There were enough of us home that we decided to go see a movie, and the one thing we all agreed on was Logan Lucky. I am going to try really hard to not spoil the movie for anyone who wants to see it but hasn’t yet, but this is your SPOIL ALERT warning. Read […]

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Quick Link: The Only Rule Amazon Truly Cares About

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Oh-oh. Watch out Kindle Select authors, Let’s Get Digital‘s David Gaughran has a horror story to tell about a promotion gone sour and what he is doing to deal with it. Could this happen to you? ~ * ~ The Only Rule […]

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Dogs can’t tell time and neither can readers

If you own dogs, you know that old joke about dogs acting like you have been gone for 10 years when you just stepped outside to get the mail. We have two dogs, Paxil, a border collie/ Australian shepherd mix, and Lunesta (Lulu) who is a Papillion. Every morning the routine is usually the same. […]

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