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10 Tips for Authors on Using Social Media from a Literary Agent

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
by ERIC SMITH (GUEST BLOGGER) As a literary agent, I’m lucky enough to go to a lot of writing workshops, where I usually dish advice about one of two things: query letters or social media.…

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Six Reasons to Revise and Re-Release Your Book

Originally posted on Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network:
Six Reasons to Revise and Re-Release Your Book Several years ago I met a guy at a writer’s conference who had a 400-page science fiction book that he had published five…

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How long should a scene be?

Originally posted on Book Editing:
One of my clients asked me this question. This may seem like a dumb question, but it’s worth discussing so as to help writers who are new to the game. Short answer: The god of…

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And We’ll Come to Find the Key to it All*

Originally posted on Confessions of a Mystery Novelist…:
As this is posted, it’s 219 years since the discovery of the Rosetta Stone. That stone unlocked the meaning of several Egyptian hieroglyphics and allowed linguists and historians to interpret them. It…

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Write What You Want

Originally posted on Story Empire:
I was able to write a lot of words while sitting on the covered porch. Hi, SE Readers. In the course of your writing journey, many of you have probably had someone say to you,…

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SSL Security And Social Share Counts

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
As those of you who are self-hosting your websites will probably know, beginning this month (July) with the release of Chrome 68, Google Chrome will start marking all HTTP sites as “not secure”: Depending on your…

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How To Survive The Writing Hangover #MondayBlogs #Writing #AmWriting

Originally posted on BlondeWriteMore:
Last night you were writing for hours. When you finally stopped you were exhausted and a little sweaty. It was a wild and exhilarating writing session, which left you feeling satisfied creatively afterwards. So, why today…

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