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How To Find A Genre To Write In

1. The quality of a Book obviously influences how well it will sell. Does it have narrative drive? Do they have goals? Are they likeable? 86 more words


Annie's Writing Survival Kit

For me, quality writing is elusive.  I’ve been working on my novel for just under a year now (which is scaring the crap out of me because it’s still unfinished) and I’ve spent a lot of time figuring out my little superstitious way to ensure maximum productivity and creativity.   672 more words


Little Miss Independent: How My Independent Study in Novel Writing Changed Me and My Writing

I’m pretty reserved in person, but there is one foolproof way to get me blabbering: ask me about my independent study.  I loved it.  I love it.   697 more words


AuThursday - JJ Montgomery

Please welcome Romantic Suspense author, JJ Montgomery to the Clog Blog.  JJ can you tell us a little about yourself and your background?

I’m a mother of two and I work full time, and even though my time is always stretched, writing is a part of who I am – I do it because I love it. 554 more words

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As A Writer You’re Job Isn’t Just To Write

We all know that in order to be a good writer you need to write. The question is how many words a day is a good day, or how long should I write? 203 more words


Creative Writing Tips

Exercise to stretch your writing muscles.

Take a short walk before your writing routine or cook your favourite meal. Try to get into the habit of writing every day, even if it’s just for 15 or 20 minutes. 93 more words

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3 Reasons to Connect with Other Writers

Connecting with other writers is one of the hardest, most important things any aspiring author can do. There are so many reasons to do it, here are just a few: 457 more words