Monthly Archives: December 2018

Books I read and love over the Christmas Holidays

If you’ve been looking for a good Christmas story that you can read at any time during the year, I have three that will warm your heart and make you believe in a little bit of Christmas magic. The first … Continue reading

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12 Things All Writers Need to Remember in 2019

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
1. Just because writing didn’t happen today doesn’t mean it can’t happen ever. 2. The work never stops, even if you start enjoying it. 3. Set small goals. Work up to the bigger things. 4.…

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Publishing Trends & Indie Author Insights for 2019.

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Is It Possible for a Writer to Fail?

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One of a writer’s greatest fears is failure, in one or multiple of its many forms. We’re afraid of being told no. We’re afraid that we’ll put a ton of work into something and nothing…

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11 Things Writers Should Do Before the Year Ends

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1. Finish something. It can be big or small. Complete and celebrate! 2. Decide on something you’re going to work on starting January 1. 3. But don’t start working on it yet! Practice patience. 4.…

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12 Gifts for Writers They’ll Actually Use

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1 A coupon for a guilt-free day of no writing. Just one. That’s all we need. 2. Tickets to hear our favorite author/writer speak, go to a live show, etc. 3. Snacks. Our favorite snacks.…

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Look Back at All You’ve Accomplished. It’s Good for You.

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Whether we like it or not, the year is almost over. Another 365 days have almost come and gone. And whether you mean to or not, you’ll probably end up glancing at the writing goals…

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Christmas musings

Merry Christmas everyone!   Today I want to tell you about a song that resonated with me and made me think about Christmas bells in general. There is a song called Ding-a-ling the Christmas Bell by Lynn Anderson, that tells … Continue reading

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All Writers Must Learn to Be Bored

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I’m not the kind of person who enjoys sitting around doing nothing. At least, not very often. It’s the curse of a distraction-prevalent environment. When I’m done with work, instead of just sitting with my…

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Character Interview with Genevieve Nichols

Hello everyone, my character Genevieve Nichols is dying to talk to you today, so we have another character conversation.   Ann: What do you want to tell us all today Ms. Nichols?   Genevieve: First of all, I want to … Continue reading

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