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Monthly Archives: January 2014
10 reasons to be thankful for living in the present
Do you ever feel that you were born in the wrong century?
I do. That’s why I love historical fiction.
Back then, it seems, there were none of the problems that exist these days.
Promoting your writing – or in fact, anything!
Last week’s Foyles talk by a self-publishing professional and her impressive author client was as much of a lesson in self-promotion as self-publishing.
I reckon their top tips for being a successful author can be whittled down to just three key pointers, which also apply to marketing any creative work.
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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links
Monday is one of my favorite days of the week because it is the day that I share my favorite links with you all. This time, I’ve been looking at lots of general writing tips, ideas about publishing and a little more about the current status of cyber bullying that has been going on. I hope you find it interesting.
Reading Fees: Should You Submit?
PD James’s 10 tips for writing novels
How Hugh Howey Writes – Great Writers on Writing
5 Steps to Making and Keeping a Writing Resolution in 2014
Romancing the Reader: Five Goals for Writing the Romance Story
Writing and Publishing: Strategies for Success in 2014
Tale of a Vandal Notebook User: Going Indie, Part 3 #Chronodex
Brave New Bullying: Goodreads Gangs, Amazon Attacks—What Are Writers to Do?
Tolkien’s 10 Tips for Creating Epic Heroes
Swing Away, Merrill… Even If Every Editor Rejects Your Best Work