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Women’s fashions through history

Need some inspiration for how women dressed throughout history? User Q1s2e3 at Imgur has a fantastic graphic of women’s fashion in every year from 1784-1970.

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Quick Link: How to Set Up an eBook Ad with Amazon Marketing Services

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Did you know you can set up ads for your ebook with Amazon Marketing Services? I didn’t. But at Indies Unlimited, Melinda Clayton walks you through step by step. ~ * ~ How to Set Up an eBook Ad with Amazon Marketing […]

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Quick Links: What Goes in a Press Kit?

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Do you have a press kit? You should. Where else can people find pictures you will let them use and more information about you. If you don’t have a press kit or just want to make sure the one you have is […]

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Quick Link: Critique Groups: 6 Ways they May Hurt Your Writing…and 6 Ways they Can Help

Quick links, bringing you great articles on writing from all over the web. Are you a member of a critique group? Anne R. Allen thinks they are a great resource for all writers. She also has a few cautions as well so whether you are in a group or not, go check out her article.  […]

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Author Tools – Scrivener for iOS Means You Can Write Your Zombie Novel Anywhere

Author Tools – things to help you get your writing done Hey Scrivener fans and owners of an iPhone or iPad, NanoWriMo is coming soon and the new release of Scrivener for iOS is great news!  Hopefully, there will be an android version soon – hint hint Keith Blount! You might be thinking that writing […]

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Author Tools: Improving Your Writing With AutoCrit by Pat Haggerty

Author Tools – things to help you get your writing done Any tool that can help authors refine and edit their writing is a good thing. AutoCrit isn’t free but it is designed to help authors self-edit their work. I don’t think it would take the place of a professional editor, but it would be […]

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Author Tools – Character Development Worksheet (Free Printable)

Author Tools – things to help you get your writing done Oooh freebies! Who doesn’t like them? Especially if they are as useful as the one from Janalyn Voigt on her Live Breathe Write blog. Janalyn has created a Character Development Worksheet to help you develop and remember the details of your different characters. ~ […]

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Author Tools: I wrote this review of a Freewrite on a Freewrite

Author Tools – things to help you get your writing done I don’t know that a first draft only mobile word processor is for everyone, but if you want to what one is like head on over to Boing Boing where Jason Weisberger reviews his. ~ * ~ I wrote this review of a Freewrite […]

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Top 105 Blogs and Websites for Writers and Authors

This post by Hiten Vyas originally appeared on e-Books India on 4/13/15. Are you a creative writer looking to improve your skills? Maybe you’re a beginner novelist looking to pen your first book. You might be a blogger wondering how to make more money from your blog. Whatever type of writer you are, the Internet […]

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