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National Kitten Day! — Maryanne Christiano-Mistretta

#nationalkittenday #cats #kittens #fiction #authors #1980s Happy Friday! It’s also National Kitten Day! For cat and kitten lovers, you may want to check out my book, “Love Cats.” It’s a fiction story that takes place in the 1980s. A spoiled … Continue reading

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How’s Your Writing Going This Week? — Damyanti Biswas

Writing is taking it all out of me these days. I’m tearing apart my WIP and that’s not a fun ride. At all. Some days I feel like I’m going… The post How’s Your Writing Going This Week? appeared first … Continue reading

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What If I Don’t Want to Be a Bestselling Author? — Novelty Revisions

I’m not the only one who isn’t hard-set on one traditional writing path. My career could go in a dozen different directions within the next few years. If I don’t end up writing novels for a living … I’ll be OK. … Continue reading

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3 Easy Ways of Advertising Your Articles — Writer & Writing Coach

Promotion and social media marketing is as big a part of being a writer as producing the articles. Over the years I have tried several different methods, some have worked, others not. On Medium, older posts appear to make more … Continue reading

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The most gorgeous bookstore in Maastricht — Wanderlust Wonderland

Just before the borders to the rest of Europe opened for us, we did a little bit of exploring our own country. Maastricht had been on my list for a while. I had been there once before and remembered the … Continue reading

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Your Eight-part Story Check — BookBaby Blog

By BookBaby author Dawn Field A fully-developed manuscript will be rich from beginning to end, from the big to the small. How does yours hold up to this eight-part check? To be considered “well-developed,” your manuscript should be complete. This … Continue reading

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Book Review: Driven By Conscience by Rachel Goss — Guam Christian Blog

Driven by Conscience by Rachel Goss My rating: 2 of 5 starsAMAZON Agreeing with another reviewer. I got lost somewhere after the POW camp in Oklahoma. I just didn’t feel it was worth trudging through pages when I lost track … Continue reading

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9 Things I Learned About Blog Tours #bookblogging — Chocolate’n’Waffles

I don’t consider myself a Queen of Blogging, but I have been around for four and a half years (I feel old!) and this time has taught me a lot about books, but also about how the online bookish community … Continue reading

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Middle-earth Reflections – Featured Blogger of the Week June 26, 2020

I chose Middle-earth Reflections – https://middleearthreflections.com/  as this week’s Featured Blogger of the Week. Looks like I started following the blog about mid-August 2019. About page: https://middleearthreflections.com/about/ These are the posts I re-blogged: Come, athelas! — Middle-earth Reflections Original post: … Continue reading

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The Art Of Pronouncing Book Character Names — Morgana´s Book Box

Book character names– You just gotta love them. Even the ones you´re not sure how to pronounce. As avid readers we´re often confronted with characters who have standard names. Whether they´re gender-specific names or gender-neutral… a reader has a good … Continue reading

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