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7 Questions To Ponder Before Beginning a New Project

Before you start writing your next blog post, article, or book it is important that you ask yourself the following seven questions; some of them may seem simple, but pausing to answer them can considerably help you save time by concentrating only on the key aspects that determine the success of your project. 746 more words

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Plan Your Own Virtual Tour

Okay, so when I first heard the phrase “virtual book tour”, I kind of rolled my eyes at the cheesiness of the entire concept. I figured it was yet another ploy to make people pay for a ridiculous service that was pumped up to sound valuable and in reality was just a waste of money. 1,445 more words

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Celebration of Diverse Literary Voices in Austin and Texas

Come hear the words and inspiration from some of the most dynamic and culturally diverse authors in Austin and Texas on Saturday, December 3, 11 a.m. 99 more words

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Spooky Reads For The Halloween Weekend

Or whenever…but Halloween is Monday and all the happ’nin parties are this weekend. With all these fool clown sightings, I’m staying my black ass in the house and binge-watching horror movies while eating candy I always buy for my non-existent trick-or-treaters. 125 more words


Indie, Vanity, and Traditional Publishing

Today the publishing industry is not just limited to the traditional press. Writers are given more options to get their work published. What seemed to be impossible before can be easily achieved by many different writers. 669 more words

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And Still I Rise by Maya Angelou

You may write me down in history With your bitter, twisted lies, You may trod me in the very dirt But still, like dust, I’ll rise. 224 more words