Daily Archives: March 8, 2018

7 Tips to Writing about Vampires

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Vampires There are plenty of types of vampires, so how do you make a list of tips to writing about them?  You pray really hard and do your best. That and you start off…

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6 unusual tips for writing characters who’ll keep readers riveted – guest post at Ingram Spark

Originally posted on Nail Your Novel:
How do we create fictional people who feel just as real as our closest friends? How do we build layers of complexity that will bewitch a reader and keep them hooked for several hundred…

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7 Ways to Direct Traffic from Facebook To Your Blog

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
This is a guest post by Kate Thora. Kate is a Senior Content Specialist for BizSet.com – an online database of company information. In her free time, she loves to catch up with the newest…

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Author Business 101: Books, Brand & Buds

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
BY KRISTEN LAMB Publishing is a business, and—SURPRISE—so is being an author. By definition, anyone who decides to go pro is automatically an author business. ‘Business’ is what separates the hobbyists, dabblers, amateurs and wanna-be’s from…

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How Do You Know If You’re Writing Your Best Work When There’s No One Around to Critique It?

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
Feedback. It’s the one thing every writer wants, but many never get. Why? Because it’s time-consuming. And chances are, you’re never going to get the exact critique you want even if someone does take the…

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