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Avoid 11 Debut Author Mistakes...

by Derek Haines on Just Publishing Advice Site:

Debut author? Your first book is finished and published! Now What?

It does not matter if you have self-published, or have been published by a small press; you are very excited, motivated and very keen to start seeing your book sales roll in. 77 more words

Informative

The Hidden Muse

There will be a moment in your artistic path that you will feel drained out and without any inspiration. Maybe because of unexpected stress or an event in your life that it has require more of your attention and it may be emotionally draining. 177 more words

Inspirational

A SONG FOR OUR FATHERS By Chia Amisola

A SONG FOR OUR FATHERS

Imagine: We, gangrel of seventeen, have watched
the culling. Born of mirth, of myth, of void,

like Binondo-husked television sets – static overrun… 252 more words

Poetry

The Instructive Poetry Of Legendary Editor Jim Michaels

(Source: www.forbes.com)

This story appears in the September 28, 2017 issue of Forbes. Subscribe

If Forbes came into its own in the 1960s, it’s not a coincidence that Jim Michaels took over as the editor of the magazine in 1961 and remained there until the century’s end, quintupling the magazine’s readership in the process. 384 more words

Money Matters

#AuthorToolbox 05: cranking up the tension

Via: Daily Post – Tentative & Flavorful

Writing page-turning unputdownable literature is what every author aspires to. A reader can pay few greater compliments than to say a book had kept them up all night – perhaps at the risk of going about their following day with weary eyes but a mind still churning from the residual adrenaline. 1,310 more words

Writing

what is...

what is the direction of my heart?
i am looking for something that could possibly build into a wonderful story that unfolds all the chapters through and through. 188 more words

Poem

Waking Late, Blackness & Dylann Roof

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I am, at long last, becoming the girl-woman who consistently appreciates being in her own skin. I have morphed into something other than a butterfly, which is how I used to romanticize my life in older blogging days. 1,483 more words

Racism