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The Attic Ghost: Indie Publishing: What's Your Plan?

Today’s Question: What is the best way to describe a place in a really special way, without sounding too visual? I like this question, because it’s what the Setting Thesaurus is all about. As writers, our first reaction is to … Continue reading →

Sensory Description in Settings: Moving Beyond SIGHT

"5 Differences Between Professional and Amateur Novelists." I actually agree with everything in this article! (A rarity in the convoluted world of writing advice.)

The 5 Differences Between Professional and Amateur Novelists

Differences Between Professional and Amateur Novelists." I actually agree with everything in this article! (A rarity in the convoluted world of writing advice.

Ideas for Getting Reviews for your books

Ideas for Getting Reviews for your books

When we first start learning about writing, we're often faced with a whole new language. Words like

How to Use Needs and Goals to Appeal to Readers

Cue ball lined up on billiards table with text: The Importance of Goals *and* Needs

Walking Away from the Stress of the “Big Release”

Thoughts on walking away from heavy promo surrounding a release.

Just Jemi: Julie Musil & 5 Scary Things about Indie Publishing -- Plus Solutions to Calm Your Nerves

Author Julie Musil offers 4 tips for writing about unfamiliar character issues.

Quote: "The one thing that you have that nobody else has is you. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can.

How to Make Sure Readers Don’t Close the Book | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author

How to Make Sure Readers Don't Close the Book

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