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Writer Chick

One unexpected but very welcome part of the Writer-In-Residence gig has been the joy of meeting other artists. Starting with the Racine Arts Council Board and staff through the former WIRs, it has been a real pleasure to be able to put faces to the names I had read about and to add new faces, names and stories. 396 more words

Patti Potter Fitchett

7 Ways To Get More Readers To Your Blog

I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve been asked how to generate more readers, comments and followers.

Make no mistake about it, with limited amounts of time, millions of other blogs to read, readers have a vast choice of not only which blogs to follow, but which posts to read and/or comment on. 1,642 more words


Colleen Chesebro reblogged this on Colleen Chesebro ~ The Fairy Whisperer and commented:

Hugh shares some great tips about blogging. I hope you hop over to his blog and say hello. <3

Fumblerules of Writing

Much of this humorous list was originally compiled by George L. Trigg, et al.

1. Make sure each pronoun agrees with their antecedent.

2. Just between you and I, the case of pronouns is important. 523 more words

Today's Writing Tip

Ending a book in a series with a jaw-dropping cliffhanger comes with a risk, especially if the next episode isn’t yet available. There’s a fine line between leaving a reader intrigued versus frustrated. 130 more words

Staying Relevant As An Author

For many writers, the day comes when you think, hey, this is more than a hobby. More time goes by and you decide, you know what? 395 more words


Should You Only Write When You Feel Like It?

There are days I don’t feel like writing. And I know I’m not alone.

All of us make excuses. We’re too tired. The dog needs another walk. 606 more words

Meg Dowell

Writing Hacks: Healthy Writing

A common theme among authors is so much to do, so little time. Even if most of it is self-imposed, we feel overworked, over-stressed, and understaffed. 452 more words

Melissa Wright