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Writing Tip: Listening to Your Internal Editor

Writing Tip: Listening to Your Internal Editor “Some writers claim their characters write their own dialogue. I wish mine did. I do have an internal editor, however, that occasionally expresses itself through the voice of a character. 91 more words

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Tuesday Tip

This week’s Tuesday Tip is about something essential, something crucial that you MUST have in your writing. Without it, the scenes between your action sequences will fall flat, and readers will get bored and take a break from reading your book or–gasp–stop reading it altogether! 925 more words


Authors: FREE Promotion #bookpromotion #authorinterview #marketing

Attention Authors: I am now offering free promotion (guest post, book blast or interview). Being an author and getting your book into the hands of readers is difficult. 571 more words


Keep a Journal

Sounds like common sense but let me make it clear.


A real life, physical book with blank lined pages for you to… 133 more words

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15 Thankful Reasons Why I Love Being a Writer #amwriting #ASMSG #MondayBlogs

With American Thanksgiving right around the corner, I have been thinking about things I am thankful for. Being a writer tops my list and I wouldn’t change it for the world. 414 more words


Writing Tip: Never Write In A Vacuum

Writing Tip: Never Write In A Vacuum

Read, read, and read some more. Disappear routinely into the books of writers you love. Look at how they craft sentences or stanzas; consider what draws you to their work. 124 more words

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Plot Holes Take the Bite Out of Your Story!

Tweet, Tweet — Twiddle, Twiddle, here comes another plot with a hole in the middle.

If you fail to explain how A connects to B, or state something that doesn’t make sense (without explanation), then you have left a plot hole. 129 more words