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Book Cover Template and Site Header Samples

These are samples from the Renewal Pack that I posted right before my arms went to hell again.

Full-sized book cover template (Without the rose image or my site ribbon) is available on request.

Writers Resources

How Are Earnings After the Development of New Format on Bubblews?

I’ve been making it more priority to post once daily on Bubblews. I was away from that site for many months, because of an illness in my family and elsewhere needed my attention. 375 more words

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How I Write Fiction: Short Stories That Stay Short

I’ve had several conversations with writers lately who say things like “every time I try to write a short story it becomes a novel.” Most recently, there was a discussion like this on a Facebook group I belong to, and one writer advised the original poster to only create one or two characters with names and work on those. 1,593 more words

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"I Write Like..." Which Author?

A writer friend shared with me a link to “I Write Like.” You paste a section of your own writing into the text box and then it analyzes the writing to see which author’s works it most resembles. 168 more words

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Special Announcement for Doria Travels

Will be taking a break from the social media world starting tomorrow July 22 till July 26.  You will not see me on LinkedIn, … 70 more words

Book On Sri Lanka

Review of Jane Eyre: Writer’s Digest Annotated Classics by K.M. Weiland

I read Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre for the first time when I was in high school. At the time, though I enjoyed it, I wasn’t yet reading with the critical mind of an author. 857 more words

Authorial Name Dropping

Writing Outside Your Comfort Zone—An Online Learning Experience - National Writing Project

Writing Outside Your Comfort Zone—An Online Learning Experience – National Writing Project.

This summer, I decided to hop on board an online course and community of educators led by teachers and authors Cathy Fleischer and Sarah Andrew-Vaughan called the Unfamiliar Genres Project. 208 more words

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