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Miles & Miles: a creative journey

Miles W. Hewitt has just published Miles & Miles ~ A Lifetime of Travel Adventures in Asia and Latin America.

Elaine Cusack and Jane Roberts-Morpeth from… 587 more words

Can people start enjoying your novel now? Yes, and here are the 3 biggest benefits

Many of us think of writing a book as a solitary activity. And for good reason—often it is.

But how might things turn out differently if you let other people read what you’re working on, even in the early stages? 509 more words


Too Much Dialogue?

I was too tired to write last night after a hectic day at work, so I decided to read a little of my draft and tweak things a bit — this was a bad idea. 467 more words


Writing, Offline

I am officially on summer hours. Time to unplug and relax. No work, no responsibility, no worry, right? Um, no.

My project over the coming months is to complete the major edits of  THE BREAKUP EFFECT. 465 more words


Self-Publishing News: 6.25.2018 - Publishing Trends Roundup

And now for the news!

Some highlights from this month in the world of self-publishing, specifically regarding publishing trends within the publishing industry, and their implications for all authors! 897 more words

This is not who we are

I am a father. My ten-year-old child is the center of everything I do. Pretty much every effort I make and each breath I take is in the service of keeping my child safe and healthy. 381 more words

Guest Post: Word of Mouth

Happy Monday, everyone! I’m taking a little blogging break this week as I am finishing up Alabama Rain, but I’m pleased to announce that fellow indie author, KT Daxon, has stepped up to contribute a guest post! 1,068 more words