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- 06/24/17--15:00: _Why Pinterest May B...
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- 06/25/17--18:00: _Book Quote Corner #76
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- 06/26/17--15:00: _5 tips for New Writers
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- 06/24/17--15:00: Why Pinterest May Be The Greatest Website For Writers
- 06/25/17--09:59: The Reality of Judging a Book by Its Cover
- 06/25/17--15:00: Writing (Un)Awkward Romantic Scenes
- 06/25/17--18:00: Book Quote Corner #76
- 06/26/17--09:59: Bizarre Things People Say to Authors
- 06/26/17--15:00: 5 tips for New Writers
- 06/27/17--09:59: 6 Ways Tabletop Gaming Can Help Improve Your Writing
by Teagan Berry There are countless social media sites out on the internet, each of them offering us different means to share our thoughts and life with other people. For authors, social media can help us out in many different ways. Book promotion, connecting with fans, networking with other authors… and that’s just to … Continue reading Why Pinterest May Be The Greatest Website For Writers
by Katie McCoach I think it’s time we talk about book covers. We all know the saying “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” but let’s be honest, this usually applies to people, and not actually a book. If we are really keeping it honest here, then readers and authors alike understand that books … Continue reading The Reality of Judging a Book by Its Cover
by Sara Butler Zalesky **Warning – adult situations and language and potential spoilers for the novel Wheeler, now available on Amazon Kindle.** I’ve been hesitant to give Wheeler to friends and family or even tell my coworkers I wrote a novel. Why? Like the protagonist, Loren Mackenzie, I only let people see what I … Continue reading Writing (Un)Awkward Romantic Scenes
“It might not be distance or time that takes you away from people. Maybe you decide when you let them go. But I can’t let go yet.” ― Seven Days of You, written by Cecilia Vinesse Advertisements
by Lev Raphael Nobody tells you that when you publish a book, it becomes a license for total strangers to say outrageous things to you that you could never imagine saying to anyone. I’m not just talking about people who’ve actually bought your book. Even people who haven’t read your book feel encouraged to … Continue reading Bizarre Things People Say to Authors
by S. T. Sanchez Don’t be afraid to re-write Writing isn’t always the simplest to do. Inspiration doesn’t always strike at the right time. Whether you are a few chapters in or almost finished, if you need to rewrite go back and do it! You want your novel to be perfect. If you need … Continue reading 5 tips for New Writers
by Whitney Carter It’s no secret that I’m a pretty big fan of Pathfinder. I’ve been on both sides of the table, and enjoyed some really well thought out adventure paths and one-shots from a number of different perspectives. Regardless of the story progression or where my character stands though, almost every session shares … Continue reading 6 Ways Tabletop Gaming Can Help Improve Your Writing