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Making Memories #TuesdayThoughts with Doris (@mamaD8)

Happy Tuesday, peeps. It’s only a short post from me today, because it’s the last week of the summer holidays here in the UK, and that means hubby and I are busy making memories as the title says. 772 more words

Writing Advice

August Weekly Writing Update: 8/22-8/28 (2016)

So, do you remember how I was really afraid last week that I wasn’t going to do very well for my word count for the month? 308 more words

Creative WRiting

Pitching at RWAus 2016

A couple of weeks ago RWAus 2016 was held in Adelaide. Since it was the first time held here I volunteered and was lucky (?) to get the pitching assignment. 223 more words

All About Books

How To Improve Your Writing - Training Series - Video 1

How To Improve Your Writing – Video 1. To quote Brendon Burchard, ‘Common sense is not always common practice’. In this how to improve your writing training series, I will look at some of the ways to improve your writing. 90 more words

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The Ultimate Guide to Understanding Your Online Audience

There are three types of people who are going to stumble upon your writing.

  • Consumers
  • Contributors
  • Creators

These three types of people, eventually, will make up the entirety of your online audience. 798 more words

Meg Dowell

How To Write Pitches

Since this is my first real post here, I thought we’d start with something very important. And that is pitches. If you’re serious about getting an agent and getting published, chances are you’re going to have to write a ton of different pitches. 795 more words

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Pick one

As the finale book of the Storm Trilogy is wrapping up, I’ve been trying to figure out which story I should step into next. I have A LOT of ideas swirling around, some more developed than others, but I can’t figure out which would be the next best choice. 147 more words

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