Write Better, Faster: How To Triple Your Writing Speed and Write More Every Day (Growth Hacking For Storytellers #1) First, Monica Leonelle – Amazon.com. GET YOUR FREE WRITER’S TOOL HERE NOW IN US AND UK – EVERY LITTLE HELPS Amazon – US: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00TUEN7IO Amazon – UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00TUEN7IO Amazon – CA: http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00TUEN7IO Amazon – AU: http://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B00TUEN7IO Continue reading Write Better, Faster: How To Triple Your Writing Speed and Write More Every Day (Growth Hacking For Storytellers #1) First, Monica Leonelle – Amazon.com
Kelly Hartigan – XterraWeb Editing Services writes… Finding a “good” editor is an important decision. Hiring an editor is not a decision to be made lightly. An author and editor should have a good relationship–the two are a team and should work together. Here are some things an author should consider when he/she begins the search for an editor. 1) Price and payments. Price will often be at the top of the list for many indies. Keep in mind that a high price is not always indicative of high quality and a low price is not always indicative of poor … Continue reading How To Choose Your Editor (Tips from mine)
Amber’s Fight by Abbye Kovacevic – GoFundMe. Amber’s Fight 2 SHOW LOW, AZ $20 of $90k Raised by 1 person in 1 hour Donate NowSHARE ON FACEBOOK 20 TOTALSHARES SHARE 17 TWEET 3 Created August 12, 2015 Abbye Kovacevic Amber worked in PR most of her adult life. She decided to leave the day job several years ago and try to help other authors, mostly for free, get their names out there and promote. She also created Social Bee – a new network for authors without all the crazy rules – but she’s since lost hope and not continued on with it.She was diagnosed with … Continue reading With a little help from friends 🙂
Originally posted on Kayla Howarth:
GIVEAWAYS! GAMES! PRIZES! Come join us for the release of three amazing YA books! Awaken (New Bloods Trilogy Part 1) by Michelle Byran Ethan’s Secret by Patrick Hodges Defective (The Institute Series Part 3) https://www.facebook.com/events/1476740072620444/… Continue reading Defective Release Party! 17th August.
Here’s a little help with those pesky Comma Splices! In writing circles, the comma splice causes a lot of friction both for and against. What do you think? Do we REALLY need to be editing out every instance of it? Are there times when it’s acceptable to use comma splices? Continue reading A Little Help From The EXPERT – Kelly Hartigan
AWESOME AUTHORS – Rhoda D’Ettore. Continue reading AWESOME AUTHORS – Rhoda D’Ettore
A couple of weeks ago we touched down in a place I had never been. The shores of Tenerife, that beautiful volcanic island a couple of hours away from Spain, had only ever been a distant dream for a fleeting moment in times of heavy rain and high winds as I trucked up endless iced-over roads. Then, from great loss, came an opportunity to take a much needed break from the stresses and strains of the last twelve months. A chance to unwind, relax and enjoy life – a rare opportunity indeed. We packed in good time and set off … Continue reading After holiday blues? Etched memories of fabulous time spent.
Originally posted on echoesofthepen:
I’ve had this book on my kindle for quite some time now, but what with one thing and another I only recently got round to actually reading it. I really shouldn’t have left it so long as it turned out to be a truly beautiful and enjoyable read. Lucinda E. Clarke’s writing is another discovery via Fb and other social media, along with some wonderful reviews and recommendations from fellow writers and bloggers. As well as Amie: An African Adventure, Lucinda E. Clarke has written three more books, links to which are provided following my review.… Continue reading Book Review – Amie: An African Adventure
Originally posted on Eric Lahti:
I’m not sure why this popped into my head, but it did. It’s kind of a rambling story but if you stick it out until the end you’ll learn a bit about where my sense of humor comes from. Unlike most of what I write, this is all true. Back in ’87 or ’88, when I was in high school, I learned I’d need a fine arts credit if I wanted to graduate. Since staying at Farmington High School for the rest of my life wasn’t high on my list of things I wanted to… Continue reading A Story …
Originally posted on Maxpower's Blog:
Bras don’t work in the dark. That’s a fact. Well it is from the perspective of a very particular if not peculiar, male demographic. Lingerie is designed with multi-purpose; to I assume offer some comfort and support, as well as offering the wearer a certain sense of self-confidence and thus creating a positive self-image. In addition to this there is the effect it can have on the male of the species, in that it can arouse the ardour in a man, hence my opening statement that a bra doesn’t work in the dark, at… Continue reading Bras don’t work in the dark … or do they?