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It goes without saying that, first, you have to write the book. But if you are at that glorious stage where the book is actually written (and edited, and redrafted) then you might be asking – now what?
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Finding you audience as a fiction author: taking steps to success as a self-publishing author — John Robin's Blog
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As I shared last week, and in my newsletter the previous week, I’ve put plans in motion to publish A Thousand Roads through my Dreamsphere Books imprint next fall, part of embracing the self-publishing process fully.
I often share links for my own future reference, but figure an article might interest one of my blog readers too.
** Certain types of Christianity are all about having “the best life now.” Or we can be challenged to do “great things” for God in this world. 467 more words
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Hey everyone, sorry for the last two weeks of silence but I’ve been dealing with some laptop issues. Luckily, my lovely mother is allowing me to use her’s so I can get back to blogging ❤ I will admit, I am not the best writer there is (shocking, I know).
All authors publish their written works with every anticipation that many will see their work and that every single review of their book or novel will do nothing but lavish praise on the author and profess the reader’s unwavering devotion to the author as the reader’s first choice in personal reading. 2,003 more words
Creating Stunning Character Arcs, Pt. 7: The First Act
The First Act is one of my favorite parts of any story. Why? On the surface, the First Act seems to be the slowest part of the story—and it often is. 1,951 more words