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Ten Ways to Tighten Your Writing & Hook the Reader

When I used to edit for a living, I earned the moniker The Death Star because I can be a tad ruthless with prose. Today I hope to teach you guys to be a bit ruthless as well. 2,051 more words

Kristen Lamb

Franken-Novel, Perfectionism & The Dark Side of Critique Groups

Critique groups can be wonderful. They can offer accountability, professionalism, and take our writing to an entirely new level. But, like most, things, critique groups also have a dark side. 1,695 more words

Kristen Lamb

[New Tweet] Tokio Hotel's Chili Challenge With Wana For MTV Germany

If you wanna watch this video again, Tokio Hotel shared it on their Twitter profile:

#ChiliChallenge mit Wana @MTV_Germany https://t.co/ljtY3MG9fr

— Tokio Hotel (@tokiohotel) 1 Aprile 2015

SOURCE: Tokio Hotel Twitter

Tokio Hotel


“Dar tu CUM faci???”

Cu un TU accentuat, tonul devenind aproape agresiv – nu constient, ci doar din nerabdare, multa nerabdare impreuna cu si mai multa frustrare. 648 more words

3 words I never thought hurt - Part 2

I’ve been thinking about this post for awhile. Not for any reason except I say these words to myself often. I realized I hear them all the time, too, but never stopped to really think about what they mean. 463 more words

Marlie Harris

Social Media is a Waste of Time for Writers---Hmmm, Think Again

We’ve been talking a lot about social media lately and I am always grateful for your comments and thoughts. This kind of feedback not only helps me improve my blog, but my also books, because I get a glimpse of your worries, weaknesses, fears, loves, and strengths. 2,165 more words

Kristen Lamb

Why Writers Should Use Twitter (and HOW to USE It Effectively)

For the last couple posts, we’ve been talking about how to use Twitter effectively. Too many writers are like Stormtroopers—lots of shots fired  tweets that hit NOTHING. 1,497 more words

Kristen Lamb