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Read a sample chapter from “The Bucktown Babies”

Read a sample chapter from “The Bucktown Babies” by Janine R. Pestel The Bucktown Babies, a supernatural paranormal thriller, was released on February 1, 2017, on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Nook, Apple iTunes, Kobo, and through several other retailers. Currently, … Continue reading

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Write 1,000 Words Every Day

Write 1,000 Words Every Day by Matthew Howard This may be the best writing advice I ever received. Yes, we can learn much about the craft of writing, about style and narrative structure and how to research. But to be … Continue reading

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Making Serials Work for You

Making Serials Work for You by Immortal Angel When I say I’m an author, most people think I write novel-length books. And surprisingly, there are still a great many people who don’t consider me a “real author” if my books … Continue reading

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5 Things I Learned from Attending Authors Readings

5 Things I Learned from Attending Authors Readings by Ofelia Montelongo As an always-learning aspiring author, I love to hear how other authors did it: How did they overcome the fears and trespass the world of writing and publishing? In my … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: Dare to Write the Stories of Cruelty and Kindness

The Effective Author: Dare to Write the Stories of Cruelty and Kindness © 2016 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. If you love to write but are still casting about for your niche, there are untapped goldmines of … Continue reading

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The Eight Best Things About Being an Author

The Eight Best Things About Being an Author by Patrick Hodges You may aspire to write a book. Here, in my humble opinion, are eight reasons you should go for it! Following the reverse countdown format, and without further ado… … Continue reading

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Are You Unconsciously Competent?

Are You Unconsciously Competent? by Jake Poinier As writers, editors, designers, publishers, and businesspeople, we’re always evolving. Pushing yourself to the next level requires understanding a psychological principle known as “The Four Stages of Competence.” If you’re not familiar with the … Continue reading

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