Monthly Archives: February 2019

Interview with N. Lombardi Jr

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11 Tips: What Makes A Good Story?

Originally posted on Libby Sommer, Author:
Everyone loves a good story. That’s the reason why so many people flock to the movies or spend hours reading novels – it’s because we love to get lost in a great tale. Here are…

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Write Lightening

Here’s an interesting writing prompt. I may try to answer this myself. via Write Lightening

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Make Your Readers Cry: Writing Emotional Scenes

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Allison Maruska ? I watched The Hunger Games last night. I read the book before the movie came out, and I’ve seen the movie a few times. So I obviously knew…

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How to Sell More Books: A Tale of Fishing & Catfishing – by Kristen Lamb…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
How do we sell more books? This is the big question all authors ask (myself included). Obviously, there are countless opinions about how to sell more books, but not all…

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*Kindling Friendship* Anne Copeland

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Why I don’t journal anymore and what I do instead

Originally posted on Ari Meghlen – Writer | Blogger | Bad card player:
Since today’s question on my Twitter Game #TheMerryWriter asked “Do you keep a diary or journal?” I thought I’d discuss that in my blog.  By the way, if you’re…

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