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Market Your Book Without Spending a Cent

By |June 25th, 2013|

Market Your Book Without Spending a Cent. This article comes from Kathryn Elizabeth Jones. She’s  the owner and editor-in-chief at Idea Creations Press, a publishing services company offering writing, publishing and marketing services to writers and non-writers alike. She is also the author of five books, including Marketing Your Book on a Budget, a short, […]

The Reality of Magic

By |May 31st, 2013|

The Reality of Magic

The Reality of Magic. This guest post comes from author, Dr. G. Michael Vasey. He is the author of more than 200 articles and several books in the energy & Commodities industry, two books of poetry, and several books about magic and our ability to shape our reality.

What is Magic?

 

The word ‘magic’ […]

Top 6 Books to Help Your Writing

By |May 19th, 2013|

Top 6 Books to Help Your Writing. This guest article comes from Angie Picard0.

 

 Are great writers born or are they made? The answer: both. There are people out there who are innately driven to write, they write because there is something within them that pushes them to put their thoughts and ideas to paper; for […]

How to Get Kids Excited about Reading and Writing

By |May 15th, 2013|

How to Get Kids Excited about Reading and Writing. This article comes from writer and mom, Amber Satka. She writes for her app site and about financial topics, such as car refinancing rates.

 

As a writer or a book lover, it may be hard for you to understand how other people may not share your enthusiasm. […]

Experience in Writing Short Stories and Novels

By |May 10th, 2013|

Experience in Writing Short Stories and Novels. This post comes from mystery author Jan Christensen. She’s a writer that has experience in writing shorts stories and novels.

 

When I first made a firm decision to become a  writer, I decided that writing short stories could teach me a lot about how to make up a good […]

5 Tips for Parents Raising a Child With a Learning Disability

By |May 3rd, 2013|

5 Tips for Parents Raising a Child With a Learning Disability
By The Watchman, Author Matt Langford
 

5 Tips for Parents Raising a Child With a Learning Difficulty. This is a great guest post from Matt Langford. His book, The Watchman, is about a young man with a learning disability. Matt knows about this subject well since […]

Blogging Tips for Fiction Writers

By |April 26th, 2013|

Blogging Tips for Fiction Writers
 

Blogging tips for fiction writers. Fiction writers must write to keep their skills sharp and their creative spirits flowing. One of the best ways to do both of these things is to write a blog. Yet it’s shocking to find just how many fiction writers struggle with it. From what to […]

Use Goodreads to Sell More Books

By |April 25th, 2013|

Use Goodreads to Sell More Books

Use Goodreads to Sell More Books. Goodreads is the little social network that could. It started out as a niche tool that only book nerds loved — a way for them to connect over what they were reading and the books that they had already read and loved. However, it […]

Five Tips to Boost Your Creativity

By |April 17th, 2013|

Five Tips to Boost Your Creativity.  As a writer, creativity is an important commodity; our work demands a constant flow of creative ideas. We cannot wait for that elusive insight, our creative genius needs to be topped up on a daily basis. Without creativity, we cannot do our daily jobs.

This guest post comes from Cheryl […]

Character Development 101 For Writers

By |April 16th, 2013|

Character Development 101 For Writers

Character development is essential for writers wanting to write a book that resonates with readers. This guest post comes from psychological thriller author, JoAnna Santanen

When we read a story, we get invested in it.  The characters come to life, and we grow attached to either loving them or despising them.  […]