Daily Archives: March 25, 2018

Flowered, Freckled Skin

Originally posted on Writers Envy:
Flowered, freckled skin, Pink fleshy pulp; Salivating senses Anticipate pink flesh; Your fresh scent, Erogenous, Raising hairs along my neck; Alive, electric, eager Shocks jolt my tongue-tip Tasting your pleasing juice. Flesh-pulp rivulets drown my…

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Ageism in Publishing

Originally posted on Shannon A Thompson:
The other day some truly awesome people began talking about ageism in publishing via Twitter. I first heard about it from Ashley Hearn, an editor at Page Street Publishing, but here’s an awesome thread…

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Leave Something Behind

Originally posted on Writers Envy:
Erased by an impetuous sea Jealous, I think, of my temerity In leaving behind An imprint of me Cold, stone fabric incurvated, A chase, the sun, a hand, Symbols, signposts, epitaphs that Shout I was…

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On Writing: Finding your Truth, from timholman, beard with a blog

Originally posted on Writers Envy:
I found this poignant. You need to know yourself in order to know your voice. What I mean by “finding your truth” is not of a doctrinal nature, but simply uncovering your conviction as a communicator.…

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11 Ways to Promote Preorder Books that Drive Real Results

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
11 Ways to Promote Preorder Books that Drive Real Results 100+ BookBub Partners Blog by Therese Walsh (Guest Blogger) For a traditionally published author, a hefty number of preorders can increase a print run and create a…

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Kindle Formatting Magic

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Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
WORD TO KINDLE FORMATTING MAGIC I will share some Kindle formatting tips and also introduce my newest book, Word to Kindle Formatting Magic, which is available in both paperback and Kindle editions. Kindle ASIN: B07BL5K6DH 522-page Paperback…

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