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A Conversation with Ruth Harris

Ruth Harris is a million-copy New York Times and Amazon bestselling author and Romantic Times award winner for her critically acclaimed women’s fiction novels. Add that to her co-authoring thriller novels with her husband, … 645 more words

Fiction

Are these reasons why your book was rejected by publishers

Every writer get rejected. You either continue to submit queries or you quit. The third choice is to go Indie and self publish either in print or in digital e-books. 96 more words

Writing

DECADES

DECADES IS ABOUT THREE GENERATIONS OF WOMEN LIVING IN THE 40’s,50’s AND 60’s.  THE ADORING HOUSEWIFE AND MOTHER, THE MISTRESS AND THE DAUGHTER EACH HAVE THEIR OWN STRUGGLES TO DEAL WITH.  318 more words

Writer's A to Z: E for Editing

For the next 26 weeks I plan on putting up one post a week, focusing on one letter of the alphabet and how, in my mind, it links to part of the writer’s world. 1,456 more words

Writer's A-Z

Tipsday: Writerly Goodness found on the interwebz, June 29-July 5, 2014

Heading off to yoga shortly, so getting this week’s offerings up all hasty like.

Despite the title, K.M. Weiland offers writers some comfort: Why every story you write is a guaranteed failure… 170 more words

Alchemy Ink

Self-publishing: Revolutionary or Reactionary?

Continuing my thoughts on Hachette vs. Amazon, I read a post on The Guardian’s blog, called “Self-publishing is not revolutionary, it’s reactionary.” As the title suggests, the main point the post makes is that, despite what people think, self-publishing is, in fact, reactionary. 1,025 more words

Publishing

The 10 Social Media Commandments for Authors

Anne R. Allen has published a great list with The 10 Commandments of Social Media Etiquette for Writers on her blog. Here’s a brief summary: If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it. 895 more words

Marketing