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Finally...I'm In Print!

Im a bit behind in relaying news en stuff. Probably due to tooing and froing to the hospital and MLing for Nano. There just aren’t enough hours in the day! 225 more words

Writing

How to Write Dialogue

Creating dialogue is one of the most enjoyable and the most challenging parts of writing. Dialogue isn’t like real speech. If you write dialogue to resemble real speech you’ll end up with something unreadable. 900 more words

Writing

Bedside Reader 1

This is the first of what I expect will become a series of brief reviews of some of the library books on my nightstand each month. 372 more words

Writing

Abusing Dialogue Tags

Don’t abuse dialogue tags.

By this, I mean don’t overuse them. It’s not necessary to have a dialogue tag with every piece of dialogue. How many dialogue tags you need depends largely on how many characters are talking in any given scene. 242 more words

Writers' Resources

A date for your diary, folks!

Saturday, 6 December 2014

Book Nanny’s ‘Write them for real’ Character Workshop

Carousel Creates Writers’ Centre, Killakee Road, Rathfarnham, Dublin 16

Book your place here… 85 more words

Editing

Ice Bucket Challenge

I decided to look up various ice bucket challenges done by favorite writers.

This one is by Brandon Sanderson and the best thing about it is that he counties writing even after someone dumped a bucket of ice and water on him. 116 more words

General

Ten #Book #Marketing Mistakes New #Authors Make

Click on the photo below to read the full article – it is VERY informative:

Informative

Dyane reblogged this on Dropped Pebbles and commented:

Another great post, this time on book marketing mistakes. A must read!