Category Archives: Author

Paul McGregor – Featured Vlogger of the Week June 12, 2019

I chose Paul McGregor as the Featured Vlogger of the Week June 12, 2019: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXiZFpmQK4Fnx7n2Tvxp8VA. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pmcgregorcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/pmcgregorcom Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pmcgregorcom/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pmcgregorcom/ Official Website: http://www.pmcgregor.com/

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Should You Plot Or Not? — Where Genres Collide Traci Kenworth YA Author & Book Blogger

via Should You Plot Or Not? — Where Genres Collide Traci Kenworth YA Author & Book Blogger. There are a few views on plotting vs. non-plotting. My take is do what works for you. If you need to plot, then … Continue reading

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Book 2 updates & the plague. — Heather Masterson

Let’s see, where are we? I’ve gone through all of the feedback that I’ve received for book 2, and the technical corrections are done — punctuation, spelling, missing words, and the occasional tweaking of a phrase. I also wrote a … Continue reading

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Choosing a Genre—Anatomy of a Best-Selling Story Part 7 — Kristen Lamb

Part of why I stress picking a genre will be a huge factor in driving sales and connecting with readers. We need to make certain we have slotted our product correctly because 1) we want readers to FIND our work … Continue reading

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The Good & The Bad of the Writing Community — Sam H Arnold

5 things I love about the writing community and 5 things that drive me to distraction Since starting writing on Medium, a year ago, I have met some amazing people. The support I have received from everyone is amazing. None … Continue reading

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Today in Literary History – May 20, 1609 – William Shakespeare’s Sonnets are first published — bookworm norm

154 sonnets by William Shakespeare were first published on May 20, 1609 by Thomas Thorpe. Nearly everything about the sonnets – their composition, dedication, and publication – leads to a rabbit’s warren of confusion, speculation and disagreement. The controversy starts … Continue reading

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How I Wrote My First Book and What I Learnt on the Journey — Sam H Arnold

The inspiration behind The Detective Two and how this became a published book. When I was eight years old, the amazing Michael Rosen came to our school. He spoke about his new book and read to us. He also said … Continue reading

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Some Author Writer Facebook Groups

Here are a few of the Author/Writer Facebook groups I belong to, in no particular order. Be aware that each group has its own rules and guidelines that you are expected to follow. Ignore or forget the guidelines and don’t … Continue reading

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Book Title Generator: Best 22 Free Book Name Generators [List] — Squibler Book Writing Software

As an author, you should realize that having a suitable title in place for your book is essential to its success. Neglecting to create a good quality title will only serve to limit the potential of the book. The book … Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Worry About Top Writer Status & Why You Shouldn’t Either. — Sam H Arnold

Measure your success in a different way I mean no disrespect to any of my fellow writers who are proud of Top Writer status in Medium. In fact, I will celebrate your successes alongside you. For me, it has never … Continue reading

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