Daily Archives: February 10, 2018

Why You Should Make Time To Write While Editing/Revising

Originally posted on Shannon A Thompson:
I’m not going to lie. I’m basically writing this article because I failed at this, miserably, and I want to prevent others from making the same mistake.  Once upon a time, I wrote a…

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Rhythm and the Fear of Death — Writing from poetry with a small p.

Originally posted on Writers Envy:
By Stephen McGuinness I feel my footsteps Count down days With chimed strokes Resonant, reflective. A sinus wave hearbeat Synchronous vibrations of Train beaten whispered Words on tracks. Calm, a balm, a salve. Chantors: ancient…

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Writing is Eternal Life

Originally posted on Writers Envy:
Just a quick check-in to say hi and apologize for my inattention to your posts. I love your work and take something away from every post I read. Your words and writing inspire me and…

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Originally posted on How To Ebook:
One of our most popular blog posts from the past few years was called 50 Blog Topics for Fiction Writers. I had a conversation with a fiction writer who said, “I write fiction – why…

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How to Format a Textbook or Workbook for Kindle

Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/1941691250 FORMATTING A TEXTBOOK FOR KINDLE I’ve published several workbooks and a few textbooks in both print and Kindle, and I’ve written a few detailed articles about using Amazon’s free Kindle Textbook Creator. Today’s article adds…

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You Are Not Your Work

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
A writer writes. Their work is (usually) their property. Sometimes it can feel like they’re so deeply connected with their characters that their work seems more than just a figurative child — more like an…

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