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The 10 Most Important Things Every Writer Needs to Know

It’s almost Friday! Woohoo!! It seems to me, like it’s been the longest week ever. Anyway, here’s another great article I found while surfing the web by David Cole with Bay Tree Publishing. 1,154 more words

Beginning Writers

Camelot

That little word holds so many different memories for several generations

Camelot

Images of President Kennedy, Disney’s Sword and the Stone, Monty Pythons Holy Grail  and one’s favorite musical or movie rendition of the life of King Arthur . 1,909 more words

Books And Authors

Tips on Writing a Page Turner

If you can’t tell by now, I’m a huge advocate of Writer’s Digest. I can’t tell you how much I’ve learned just by reading the articles they have available on the internet. 1,042 more words

Beginning Writers

Mockingbird and Watchman

When I was a freshman in high school, our class was asked to read Harper Lee’s classic To Kill a Mockingbird. I don’t remember much about the book, except a few lines that I liked enough to write down, but other than that I completely missed the point of the book, as I did with many other things my freshman year (long story). 258 more words

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Did you know? Reading is Important!

Happy Friday Everyone!

I know we talk mostly about writing on my blog, but there’s actually something even more important than that. GASP!!! I know, I know, how could I possibly utter those words? 821 more words

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Fun Fact Friday!!! - The Rise of New York as the Publishing Capital

Picture is a READ sculpture made of 25,000 Dr. Seuss Books at New York Public Library in 2011.

I love New York City. Like, literally love everything about it. 1,219 more words

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Top 10 Things Publicists want Authors to Know

You’ve handed in your manuscript, completed all the edits and now your job is done. You’re thinking that now it’s up to your publisher’s publicity machine to make your book a success. 1,573 more words

Beginning Writers