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Book cover contest and sage perspective

I am three chapters into my new e-Novel, Head on a Grave. There is a contest by another blogger who will design a free book cover. 149 more words

E-book Publishing

How not to write, III

“Don’t be cruel to a heart that’s true.” –Elvis Presley

In which I try to convince you, dear writer, not to kill or rape the main character… 2,047 more words

61,000 and Counting

The novel, started during NaNoWriMo, continues to keep me writing and as the story unfolds I am loving it. I’ve begun waking every morning, filled with new ideas and a strong desire to jump on the laptop and just write. 234 more words


Memoir Writing

A fiction writer starts with meaning and then manufactures events to represent it.  A memoirist starts with events then derives meaning from them. Don DeLillo…

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Book Reviews

How to Help Your Editor #writinganovel

An honest, professional yet friendly relationship between editor and client is crucial in order to make your manuscript the best it can be. Your editor wants to help you, to guide you, to advise and to encourage you in your writing journey. 753 more words


What's in a name?

Ever since the release of The Oaf Prince, I have been a lot more open about my writing. I tell people the title (which I never would have done before) and I even share the book among my friends in hope that they will share, etc. 788 more words


Featured From the Archives: The Difference Between Editing & Ghostwriting

Apologies for the abrupt and unexpected hiatus of the past couple weeks. Between illness and back-to-back deadlines, I sort of lost all concept of time for a bit there. 1,128 more words