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Interactive Fiction on the Horizon?

A while ago, I mused about the future of books. One of the things I wondered about was whether e-books would make reading more interactive. 182 more words


Keep yourself accountable - find a writing buddy

Solace. I always emphasize how solitude is your great companion in writing. Stillness of environment allows the quietness of mind to take place and gives you opportunity to clear your thinking. 694 more words


Susanna J. Sturgis reblogged this on Write Through It and commented:

Here's an idea if you're not in a writers' group, or even if you are.

An evening with James... and a famous feline

Hey Mediadreamerz

It certainly has been a long time since I last posted. I admit I have spent the last few weeks getting ready and trained for the production department I am moving into; live broadcasting television. 793 more words


A Writers' Group Is Born

Last fall, in “Going Public,” I blogged about Writers Read, a writers’ group hosted by the library in my town of West Tisbury, Massachusetts. 728 more words


7 Tips for Fantastic Hooks — Cow With a Pen

Possessing a stand-out hook for your book is like a business owner having business cards. Sometimes though, because there’re just so many incredible things to talk about, it can be super difficult to nail down what words we NEED to say.

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Increase Your Audience's Spending Time on your Blog (2 min read)

Getting your audience to read your content is one thing, but getting them to stay is another. Now here’s what you can do to keep your audiences attention span: 494 more words


#2bORnot2B: Meme of the Week

This week, since we’ve been talking about perceptions of the “right” way to do things and reality, it’s time to talk about your inner critic.  Below are two pieces that might prove illuminating for you — (here’s a hint: the point of both is to be patient and learn to let go.) 33 more words