Daily Archives: June 7, 2018

How not to edit #WriterWednesday #Amwriting #WritersLife #Humor

Originally posted on D.E. Haggerty:
There are tons of articles to help the indie author to self-edit her manuscript. I’ve written several myself (here and here and here). Today, I have something different for you. How NOT to edit.…

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Time Travel – A Frequently Used Literary Device

Originally posted on The Write Stuff:
Guest Post by Don Massenzio As a reader, my fascination with time travel began as a child. When I first read The Time Machine by H.G. Wells, I was enthralled by the idea of…

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No More Amazon Giveaways for Kindle eBooks?

Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
Images from Shutterstock KINDLE EBOOK GIVEAWAYS AT AMAZON—GONE? You can run an Amazon Giveaway for many new products at Amazon.com. Basically, if you scroll down to the bottom of a product page and see an offer…

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Abracadabra: Transforming Your Book

Originally posted on Story Empire:
Hello SErs! Harmony here 🙂 Happy Wednesday. Today, due to popular demand, I’d like to outline an easy way to format your books for ebook publishing. In the past, you had to know HTML to…

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Why You Haven’t Touched Your ‘Passion Project’ In 17 Years

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
Or a decade. Or six months. You get the idea. At first, it was the best idea you swore you’d ever come up with. You could picture it all in your mind — every step,…

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How to Land Your Dream Writing Job

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
Yes, it’s possible. Yes, you can write stuff you like and get paid for it. But it’s going to take a lot — A LOT — of work to get from where you are now…

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You Got a Different Point of View*

Originally posted on Confessions of a Mystery Novelist…:
Many crime stories are told, for he most part, from the point of view of the sleuth. Sometimes they’re told from the point of one of a pair of sleuths (I’m thinking,…

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