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In the words of my good friend and amazing author, Othniel Seiden - "Puke it out!" I prefer to say, WRITE WRITE WRITE!

In the words of my good friend and amazing author, Othniel Seiden - "Puke it out!" I prefer to say, WRITE WRITE WRITE!

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Grammar Peeves Jr. Raglan

Really important - create and keep a mission statement for your book in front of you while you write!

Really important - create and keep a mission statement for your book in front of you while you write!

50 Things to Know to Self-Publish a Book on Amazon: Helpful Tips on Self-Publishing and Self-Promotion

As a new stay-at-home Mom I needed a new hobby. I am now harnessing the energy into teaching other while being at home. My first book was on pregnancy since I did not get all the information that I needed while I Continue reading →

My personal favorite: have them die in a necessary danger that was created by the protagonist to eventually bring down the antagonist

Make the book sum up. And then on the last page kill the most lovable character by the main protagonist and the protagonist likes it. How to make a characters death sadder

How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps: "What Needs to Happen in This Scene?"

How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps. The best one is the last: repeat 200 times. What writer doesn't do that anyways?

need to stick these everywhere

the Dylan Meconis Store — Grammar Nerd Corrective Label Pack ~ stick it as needed.for those times when signage is SO wrong!

Feb 10 – Milestones and coincidences | Book Marketing with Books To Believe In

Feb 10 – Milestones and coincidences

Books to Believe In works exclusively with Kindle in the e-book platform – and this is one of the newest reasons why!

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