Daily Archives: May 17, 2018

The Best Way To Plan A Crime In Your Mystery Novel [Mystery Month]

Originally posted on Rachel Poli:
I’ve written this post a couple times now. Every time I do, it’s always so popular so I like to rewrite it each year for Mystery Month. Keeping track of a crime when writing a…

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Writing Fresh Faces: Beyond Cold, Hard Stares – From the Writers in the Storm Blog

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
By Guest Blogger Margie Lawson Hmm…  Cold hard stare. Have you read that descriptor before? Maybe more than once? More than a dozen times? What about variations on these lines: She narrowed her eyes…

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How to Write a Book Review

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Doug Lewars ? Book reviews are a fact of life. If it’s your book being reviewed, they’re nice if they’re positive and decidedly unpleasant if they’re negative. Every book is going…

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You Probably Won’t Get Published On the First Try

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
It’s what we all want. To write something, to show it to someone, and to have it get accepted — published, even — right away. We can handle a little waiting. But all we want…

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How to Self-Publish an Audiobook – The Best PC Apps

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
Good e-Reader Get the latest news on e-Books, Audiobooks, Digital Publishing, Manga, Anime and Tablets How to Self-Publish an Audiobook – The Best PC Apps By Michael Kozlowski 1 Comment Audiobooks are the fastest growing segment in digital…

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