Daily Archives: June 6, 2018

This Week in Indie Publishing

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
If The Adult Coloring Book Craze Is Dead, It Needs A Postmortem In 2015, adult coloring books became the dark horse of the publishing industry, as a surprising surge in sales boosted major players’…

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History of the Great Library of Alexandria

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
This is a guest post by writer and blogger Emily Watts. Emily is the author of multiple articles concerning mysterious and intriguing historical facts and theories. However, she also writes about problems of education,…

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10 Tasks Authors Can Do Every Week To Grow Your Online Presence

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
We have a phrase that we say quite a bit around our house: progress, not perfection. It’s something that I have to say to myself daily. It’s the things that we work on consistently…

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Authors Beware! 6 New Writing Scams to Watch Out For – From Anne R. Allen’s Blog

Originally posted on DSM Publications:
by Anne R. Allen A couple of months ago I wrote about some of the weird writing scams that have been showing up in my email inbox. A number of my online author friends have…

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The Archivist — Chapter 10

Chapter 10 Lennie dropped the bags on the sofa. “Whew! That’s the last of them. Take a short break, Nickie. You look a little tired. I need to put in the order for the pizzas, and then put the groceries … Continue reading

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Writing Tip — 21

When you write you’re putting yourself out there for the world to see. Every word, every sentence is a part of you. The characters are drawn from the people you know, have met in passing, or seen at the local … Continue reading

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Writing Quotes — Larry L King

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As a Writer, Do You Make Time To Read?

Originally posted on DSM Publications:
Anyone who knows me, knows that I am an avid reader as well as a writer. I tend to pick authors that I enjoy and read their entire body of work in chronological order. This…

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Working with an editor – some tips and advice #amwriting #writinganovel #writingtips #selfpublishing

Originally posted on Alison Williams Writing:
I’ve been editing for a while now and have worked with some truly lovely writers. I understand that it can be quite nerve-wracking to approach an editor, and if you’re a new writer, you…

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7 Tips to Writing Character Backstories: Prepare the Cutting Room

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Natsu, Goku, Monkey D. Luffy, Naruto, and Ichigo John W. Howell asked: You have the most fabulous backstories and histories for your characters. what compels you to develop these backstories? Do you use all of…

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