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Starting the Year Off Right: Planning for Pantsers

That time of year, that often-dreaded time of year, has come again. New Year’s resolutions. Just the thought of setting any goals or structure to things like fiction writing can be downright horrifying to one group of authors. Really, you ask, it’s that bad? Trust me, it is. I understand this because I am a…
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January 12, 2018 0

How Writing A Book in a Month Isn’t Crazy

NaNoWriMo has started. For those of you who have never experienced the National Novel Writing Month, let me update you. In 1999, a small group of writers began NaNoWriMo as way to just get the words out without editing or any of the other speed bumps writers encounter. The object was to run a 50,000…
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November 6, 2017 1

5 Professional Tips For a Strong Networking Backbone

When you are an author it is important to think of yourself as a business. This frame of thought will help you form a professional foundation on which you’ll build your book sales and most importantly, your network. I know what you’re thinking. How is a network more important than my book sales? You have to put…
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September 21, 2017 0
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