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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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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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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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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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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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Quick Link: What Makes An Iconic Character? (And How Can You Create One?)

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Who wouldn’t want to make a standout memorable character! Hannah Collins at Standout Books discusses what makes a character iconic and how you can apply this to your writing. ~ * ~ What Makes An Iconic Character? (And How Can You Create […]

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Quick Link: Six Simple Reasons Our Story Sucks & How to Fix It

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. The esteemed Kristen Lamb doesn’t pull any punches but this is the kind of tough love we all need to provide a quality product. Gird your loins and head on over to make sure you are not making any suck-worthy mistakes. ~ […]

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Quick Link: What have you got to lose? by Kari Lynn Dell

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Conflict is the pulse of the story. Without conflict, your story is really boring and short. But sometimes it is really hard to come up with enough conflict or compelling conflict. There are only so many times you can throw random accidents […]

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Quick Link: The engine in your book

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Did you ever think of “Information density” when you write? Me neither. But according to Dawn Field at Bookbaby Blog, it is what pushes your story and after reading the article, I would have to say she is right. Find out for […]

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Quick Link: Six Smart Ways Indie Authors Can Collaborate When Marketing

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. We are all in this together as author and writers, so this post from Angela Ackerman at Writer’s Helping Writers hits the spot with how we can help each other with the hardest task of all. Marketing. ~ * ~ Six Smart […]

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Quick Link: 10 Tips for Self-Published Authors

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Here are some good pointers from author Duncan M. Hamilton for writers who are thinking of becoming self-published. Head on over to Fantasy Faction for the full post. ~ * ~ 10 Tips for Self-Published Authors by Duncan M. Hamilton In publishing […]

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Quick Link: Storyboarding with Scrivener (or, A Love Affair with Virtual Index Cards)

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Do you use Scrivener? I have it and I use it sporadically but sporadic is my middle name. It is a great tool for organizing but it can be a bit overwhelming. Gwen Hernandez from Writers UnBoxed has some great tips with lots […]

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Quick Link: How To Get Book Reviews As An Unknown Author

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. The hardest thing is for a new author to get recognized. There are so many titles out there and other authors trying to get recognized as as well.  With a limited number of resources, how do you get started in gathering publicity […]

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