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Quick Link: The Best Writing Practice: Why You Need to Practice Differently

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. A great article by Sue Weems at The Write Practice! Learn how to focus on areas that you really need to improve on in order to get the most from your writing. ~ * ~ The Best Writing Practice: Why You Need […]

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Quick Link: Now a Word from the Copy Editor . . . Nan Reinhardt – Anachronism

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. An anachronism is anything in a time period where it doesn’t belong, and it can bring your reader’s experience to a jolting halt. Copyeditor Nan Reinhardt from Romance University, discusses anachronisms at length and why they are so bad for your story. […]

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Quick Links: Why Authors Need To Know About Book Sales Cycles

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Among all the other things an author needs to know is that book sales follow a fairly predictable cycle. This is very important for your marketing plan and helpful for when to pick your book launch. Thank goodness C.S. Lakin on her […]

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Quick Links: What Are The Rules on Mixing Viewpoints?

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. My current writing goals are to work on viewpoints and dialog. At Advanced Fiction Writing, Randy has a great post on the basics of viewpoints. Even seasoned writers might learn a thing or two. Head on over and check it out and […]

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Quick Link: Secrets to Turning Your Facebook Page into an Epic Marketing Tool

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. More marketing tips today, dealing with one of the largest social media platforms out there – Facebook. Penny Sansevieri, guest posting on Writers In The Storm, gives us some excellent tips on how to turn up the volume on your Facebook marketing. […]

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Quick Links: What I Learned from Launching My First Best Seller

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Yesterday we learned what not to do, today we look at lessons learned from a successful book launch. Jeff Goins at The Write Practice tells us what he figured out from his positive experience. ~ * ~ What I Learned from Launching […]

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Quick Links: How I Failed at Promoting my Novel with Amazon Advertising

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Sometimes the best lessons are not the ones where you succeed but the ones you fail at. Those are the ones that you learn the most from, which means it isn’t really a failure, just a learning curve. Eliot Peper over on Reedsy.com […]

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Quick Links: How do you become an editor?

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Have you ever thought of becoming an editor and helping other writers shape their work? Roz Morris at Nail Your Novel shares the different types of editor and what it takes to become one. ~ * ~ How do you become an editor? […]

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Quick Links: Six Ways To Self-Edit & Polish Your Prose

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. I am a firm believer in hiring a professional editor.  That said, you want to put your best effort forward and do as much as you can. Lucky for us, Kristen Lamb is here to help us with self-editing tips so you […]

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