Quick Link: Carolyn Howard-Johnson Says, Promote Your Own Way

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. I admit it. I am sharing today’s post because not only is it a good one by Carolyn Howard-Johnson at Insecure Writers Support Group, but also because I now have the earworm “Go Your Own Way” by Fleetwood Mac running through my […]

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Quick Link: 3 Secrets For Writing Like A Pro

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Wanna know the secret to taking your writing to the next level? It’s all about the tweaking between telling and showing. But those changes make a huge difference in the quality of your story. Award-winning author Stacey Keith, guest posting at Writers And […]

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Quick Link: How To Write An ‘About’ Page That Works

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. When is the last time you checked your “about” page? Don’t worry I can’t say anything, it is on my very long list of updates I want to do to this site. Sigh. Sometimes it is very difficult to find time to […]

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Quick Link: Book Marketing: How to Skyrocket Sales of Your Book

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. I write because I love stories and find the act of writing to be very satisfying. It is not, unfortunitly, how I pay the bills and I doubt will ever be. I am ok with that. But if you are looking to […]

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Quick Link: What Is a Prologue — and How to Write One Readers Won’t Skip

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Do you prologue? I absolutely love a well-written prologue, to me, it is almost like getting bonus information and sets the tone for the rest of the story. Reedsy has a great post on if you should prologue and how to write […]

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Quick Link: How to Use The Force to Write Your Novel

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Ok, I admit that I picked this post because I am OG (Orginal Geek) and a major Star Wars nerd. But this is still a great post from Randy Ingermanson at his site, Advanced Fiction Writing. And it is not probably what you […]

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Quick Link: To Pseudonym or Not to Pseudonym

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. I didn’t think pseudonyms were still a thing these days. There is no privacy on the web and it is pretty easy to find out information on people if you want. So unless you are doing a “Lemony Snicket” type book and […]

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Quick Link: How I Overcame Discouragement and Revived my Passion For Writing (and How You Can too)

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. I thought this lovely post by Rae Elliott at Barely Hare Books was a lovely way to start off the week. And who couldn’t use a word of encouragement or two sometimes. I am bookmarking this one for future reference! ~ * […]

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Quick Link: Five Shots At Your Own Sales

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Are you your own worst enemy and unconsciously sabotaging your sales? Find out in this great post from Dean Wesley Smith! ~ * ~ Five Shots At Your Own Sales by Dean Wesley Smith This Was a Fun Post in Late 2011… […]

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Quick Link: How To Boost Your Writing Confidence To New Levels

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Happy New Year to everyone! To start the new year off right and ease on into things, I am sharing an inspirational post from Lucy V Hay at Bang 2 Write! ~ * ~ How To Boost Your Writing Confidence To New […]

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Editor’s Note: Happy Holidays to all! See you next year!

I’m still sick, still trying to do Christmas so I hope you will forgive me for calling it a day on the blog and will catch up with us next year! No matter what holiday you celebrate, or even if you celebrate anything at all,  please have a good one full of health and good […]

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Quick Link: Plotting With Layers: 4 Steps to a Stronger Plot

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. You know every once in a while you come across something that lets you see issues in a new light? This post by the wonderful and talented Janice Hardy at Fiction University is one of those things. I personally love the idea […]

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Editorial Note: I am sick. And tired. But not sick and tired.

I caught the crud that is going around or perhaps multiple cruds. It feels like multiple cruds. One of the problems with having Addison’s that my immune systems sometimes plays hide and seek with me. Since I have been diagnosed and treated properly, I actually get much less sick than I used to, but when […]

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Quick Link: Why The Elevator Pitch Will Always Be Effective In Business Writing

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. While this is slanted towards business writing I put to you that all writers need to have an effective short pitch for their projects. Why? Because you are always trying to market your story and people don’t have a lot of time. […]

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Quick Link: A Look at Masterful Character Description Part 2

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. I am sick and I am trying really hard to find the right way to tell you that at Live Write Thrive, C.S. Latkin has written a really good post on dealing with character description. It is more of the show don’t […]

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