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Tips for Writing Amazon Reviews

This article was originally published by Neal Wooten Writer, artist and standup comedian; author, ‘Reternity’ and ‘The Balance. Some people really have a knack for writing great book reviews and others like myself tend to struggle to get it done.  838 more words


Lesson 48

Another Wednesday, another lesson. This week, we’re looking at working with professionals.

I touched on this on Monday, but this time, we’re looking at it from a viewpoint that’s not complaining. 464 more words

Writing Tips

New Fiction!


I’m working on the sequel to A Moment of Time, but I wanted to write something shorter while that long-term project is in process. 278 more words


The Joy of Posting Book Reviews

I’m reaching out to all my blog buddies to see who would like to exchange a free read for an honest review posted to Amazon. If that’s you… please leave a comment with your email. 258 more words

Having Fun with Book Trailers

Despite what some folks may believe writing is a lot of work. There’s the writing of course which requires research and longs hours of typing or scrawling, there’s the revising which is daunting to say the very least and then there’s the promoting which sometimes feels as effective as banging your head against a wall. 956 more words


Are Game Reviewers Really Just Egomaniacs?

As someone who founded and actively runs a video game news/review/entertainment site, I often question the material we post and the reasons we do what we do. 586 more words


Reviewers vs Editors: Whose Words Are More Painful?

Back in the day, when we first learned editing and peer critiquing, we were taught that before we point out the weaknesses in a piece, we should always provide a positive comment. 359 more words