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I Finished My Draft!

Well, Squiders, I’ve finished the first draft of the third book of my high fantasy trilogy.

Now, I don’t know how you guys work, but when I close to the end of a draft, I get all fidgety and restless, and all I can think about is the story, and my friends all get sick of me because I essentially just say variations of “Oh my God, I’m almost done with my book!” instead of regular conversation. 304 more words


Cracking On

I’m reading through Earth, After Liberation and I’ve got about forty double spaced A4 pages to go. I’m fairly sure that if I had pulled my finger out then I could have gotten it all read through this weekend but I wanted to make sure that I got some rest over the Easter break as well. 445 more words


You're Not Going to Like This

Well, you might, but there is going to be a good amount of “reality check” material in this post, so be prepared.

I’ve only been working in the publishing industry for a few years, but through ads and clients and my website, I have come across a lot of first time authors who are trying to take their book to the next level. 888 more words


Editing Tip #30

Writing A Page-Turner: Pt 1

Have I hooked you yet?  If you’re looking for a “sure-fire” formula to follow, my suggestion would be to buy a book: … 501 more words


10 Tips to Proofread Your Novel Like a Pro

By DeAnna Cameron //

When it comes to editing a story, novel or some other written work-in-progress, it’s always best to put the job in the hands of a trusted and qualified editor. 803 more words


Tired of Giving Your Books Away for Free? Then Stop.

Indie Authors: Are you struggling with how to get your books in front of readers? Do you feel like you’ve done everything you possibly can and it still is not enough? 715 more words