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Book Progress...10 months Later. Revising/editing process, and so on.

Well. For the 20 or so of you who have read my previous posts and are reading this, I regret to inform you that didn’t meet my goal of having a manuscript sent to agents by the end of 2013. 295 more words


Memories of Superstars Writing Seminars 2014

C. Michelle Jefferies was the lucky winner of Kobo’s Superstars of Writing Seminars scholarship giveaway for 2014. She attended the conference in February, alongside KWL Director Mark Lefebvre and US Manager Christine Munroe. 632 more words

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I Am Not a Brand

I have a Facebook page and a website. I sometimes keep people informed about what I’m doing. I have thought about my color scheme. I have asked for marketing advice. 547 more words

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Write Away

By Kerrie L. Flanagan and Jenny Sundstedt

WRITE AWAY: A Year of Musings and Motivations for Writers combines monthly insightful and humorous stories with tips, tools and interactions that encourage writers to reflect on where they are and where they want to be. 766 more words

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And one thing leads to another.

So, today. Yeah, today. I was in a foul mood almost all of the hours since my mind awoke from what can only be described as a disturbing dream. 450 more words

Jay Finn

Get a free copy of my new novel, Find My Baby (ends July 30)

I’m looking for honest reviews for my new novel, Find My Baby.

I’ve received a few reviews on Amazon and Goodreads but would like to see more. 259 more words

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Being an Indie Author: How hard can it be?

Once upon a time an author needed a notebook, pen, a dictionary, and a typewriter. Those are, after all, the critical tools of a writer. Today it’s a little different and many times, when asked—how’s the writing coming along—the answer is a bit complicated although most Indie writers just respond—fine. 299 more words