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First Five Frenzy with Amanda Panitch of Lippincott Massie McQuilkin Literary

If you’re like me, you toil for hours editing and fine-tuning the first pages of your manuscript. You look at the first lines to make sure they are compelling and tight.  829 more words

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#Nanowrimo: The Common Traits of the Successful Writer

It’s not normal to sit alone and write 100,000 words.  So let’s get that out of the way.  You aren’t normal.  You aren’t in the bell curve and you aren’t necessarily on the good side of the curve.  1,086 more words

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Military Technical Advisor for Authors

Why aren’t there more MTAs that provide assistance to authors?

While there are hundreds if not thousands of Military consulting agencies, advisors and even a company that states its specialty is Military Entertainment Consulting, there are really very few actual MTA’s that will take the time to work with authors. 524 more words

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Free Photo Resources for Your Ebooks

Free Photos for Use in Your Projects

These photos are mainly either public domain or Creative Commons. Please be sure to check on the details of the license of any image you use, as it might require you to link to the original or credit the photographer. 1,033 more words

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#Nanowrimo The Kernel Idea: The Alpha and Omega of Your Book

You have to start somewhere.

Have you ever listened to a writer who just recently started a new project? They are practically jumping out of their pants with excitement. 1,215 more words

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C©pyright Demystified

Write It, Own It


Copyright law differs from country to country, and the law that governs Work by a writer is determined by the writer’s nationality.

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#Nanowrimo Why do you write?

Most writing is not a special gift or talent. Writing is a skill that can be taught. It can be likened to bricklaying; you can learn it one brick at a time, and you get better the more bricks you lay. 786 more words

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