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How To Lure Your Muse — by K.M. Allan

One thing I love about writing is the days when the words just flow. Every sentence you pen down comes out near perfect, first time. Every transition to the next paragraph is effortless, and the ideas and inspiration seem limitless.

21 Questions You Can Ask To Help You Sell More Books — From Just Publishing Advice For Writers and Authors

If you are a published author and you are selling your books on Amazon or anywhere else, you know that your book description is the hook that should help you market and promote your book.

But is it working for you?

Your book description is one of your most powerful marketing strategies, but for many new Indie authors, they often write it as an afterthought.

Writing Tips: 8 Ways To Take Your Book From Good To Great — From The Creative Penn

First off, selling your novel and getting it read is hard enough. You’ve got a lot of competition, you have to deal with marketing, and readers are quick to drop a book that doesn’t interest them.

When Your Query Reveals a Story-Level Problem — by Jane Friedman

Today’s guest post is by author and editor Susan DeFreitas (@manzanitafire). As a freelance editor and book coach, I help my clients with all kinds of tough tasks, from untangling plot problems to finding ways to cut 60,000+ words from an already polished manuscript….

Writing Tips For Great Scenes — K.M. Allan

Writing made easier by K. M. Allan. Her ideas are spot on. See for yourselves…   If the thought of writing a novel freaks you out, first, know you’re not alone. Second, this seemingly huge task is not as overwhelming as you think it…

3 Tips For Being an Effective Writer — A Writer’s Path

I’ve been guilty of at least two of the excuses mentioned here…see if you have as well.   by R.J.Harrigan Being a writer is one of the hardest but most rewarding passions to pursue. Unless you’re thinking monetary rewards in which case, be a…

Things I Ask My Characters — from A Writer’s Path

Samantha’s article adds another layer to fleshing out a character. Read what she has to say below: by Samantha Fenton It’s important to grasp the whole of any character you’re writing. You, as the author, should know your characters better than anyone — even…

The Unspoken Communication Between a Writer & Their Draft Novel #AmWriting #Writer #Writing — Colleen Chesebro ~ The Fairy Whisperer

The Unspoken Communication Between a Writer & Their Draft Novel