Monthly Archives: November 2017

What do you think are the most popular genres?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Is your genre one of the top percenters? I hadn’t given this much thought, until reading a great article on Medium by Erica Verrillo from the Writing Cooperative. And boy howdy, the stats were eye-opening. Erica…

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Writing Diary.

Originally posted on apboustead:
checked my twiter feed. two kind people retweeted my promotion of black dragon. thanks ats followed you. thank you books go social for sorting this.wrote 300 words of tattood dragon. edited some more of softy the…

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The Bow of Destiny’s Main Character

Originally posted on Archer's Aim:
Today is a continuation last week’s series about The Bow of Destiny. Today, it’s all about the main character and what makes the book go. But first, here’s the book trailer: Athson is the…

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Book Blog Tour: Wise Before Their Time

Originally posted on Carolyn M. Bowen, Author:
Quote of the Day: Plan your life like you will live forever, and live your life like you will die the next day. Unknown “As Powerful As Any Great Classic of Fiction” so…

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Short stories and poetry?

Originally posted on apboustead:
i wrote coolection inspired by H P Lovecraft. AlWether i sucseeded you tell me? because of this i put in poetry. i got mixed reviewes. some said that they loved them. others said that they felt…

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14 Things to Do When You’re Struggling to Write

Originally posted on Meg Dowell:
1. Watch your favorite movie or a short episode of a T.V. show you like. 2. Make some food. Let your brain think while you cook. 3. Browse an online bookstore. (Don’t do this if…

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What You Might Get Out Of My Fantasy Book!

telling readers what they get out of my book feels a little wrong! but i am not telling you how you should read! i am attempting to explain what i as a writer hope the reader gains from reading this … Continue reading

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5 Tips for Writing Magic & Superpowers

Originally posted on Words Can Inspire the World:
celstefani: Magic/Superpowers are awesome and can be fun to write for, but there is a lot of room for problems if you don’t plan ahead of time. I provided some tips below…

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NaNoWriMo 2017: Midway Survival

Originally posted on WREADITOR:
It’s the half-way mark already for this year’s National Novel Writing Month, and I want to add some more cheers for all of you tackling this amazing challenge.  Here are a few re-blogs to help you…

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Introducing Ann Richardson and her book Wise Before Their Time.

“As Powerful As Any Great Classic Of Fiction” So said Sir Ian McKellen in his Foreword to my book. And it is. Do you remember the terrible times of AIDS and HIV in the 1980s and 1990s? If not, are … Continue reading

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