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Authors Setting Themselves Up for Failure By Not Getting Editing Help

An ongoing debate on some Facebook author groups is the need for editing. There tends to be two camps – those who argue for the need for outside editing and those who say it’s not needed. Often, the anti-editing camp … Continue reading

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Why U. S. Basic Copyright Is Almost Useless

Standard disclaimer: I am not an attorney and any comments I post are not intended, nor should they be construed, as legal advice. If you need legal advice, please consult a legal expert who is familiar with the area of … Continue reading

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Considering a Literary Agent, But Haven’t Started Your First Book Yet?

I saw a question on Facebook where a person wanting to get published was looking for a literary agent. However, the future writer hadn’t written anything yet. To get a literary agent, most agents are going to want to see … Continue reading

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The downsides of being a full time writer — Always Inspired Writing

Who doesn’t want to be a full time writer? To get up whenever you please, prepare breakfast for yourself, and just write? #writingcommunity #amwriting #writerslife via The downsides of being a full time writer — Always Inspired Writing.  

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Air Aces of World War One — Malcolm Marsh – Author

Berthold and his Squadron Comrades Hauptmann Rudolf Berthold – Germany’s Iron Knight 1891 /1920 Pt4 On the 25th of April 1916, Berthold made an emergency landing after enemy bullets crippled his Fokker’s engine. He took off again in a Pfalz … Continue reading

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Free and Pay What You Want (PWYW) Items on DriveThru RPG (DTRPG)

I include DriveThru RPG (DTRPG) links on my Gaming Sunday posts: Gaming Sunday February 3, 2019. DTRPG is more than simply RolePlaying Games (RPGs). It has several sister sites: DriveThru Cards, DriveThru Comics, DriveThru Fiction, DMs Guild, Storyteller’s Vault, and … Continue reading

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Create Your Own Newsletter with Mailchimp: The Basics — Kellie Michelle Parker

Well, friends, I’m pleased to report that instead of putting it off for most of 2019, I decided to tackle one of this year’s toughest goals head-on: creating my author newsletter. Most people in the publishing world will tell you … Continue reading

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Have You Linked All of Your Social Media Sites to Your Blog?

#ad (on the off-chance the FTC considers any of the below links as needing #ad in this post). Have You Linked All of Your Social Media Sites to Your Blog? Thanks to Jamie Gates of https://applegategenealogy.wordpress.com/, I learned about Ko-fi; … Continue reading

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