Monthly Archives: March 2019

Changes to Amazon Advertising: What Authors Need to Know – by Dave Chesson…

I couldn’t share this post from the original blog, so you’ll have to go to two different blogs to get to it. However, if you are looking into posting ads for your books, here’s some information you’ll need to know … Continue reading

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Writing Is a Habit. That’s Why So Many People Can’t Do It.

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
What no one tells you about writing, before you start writing, is that the actual writing part is the easy part. The sitting down to do the writing part? THAT is the true challenge. Most…

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Introduce Yourself: Introducing Guest Author Khaya Ronkainen

Originally posted on The PBS Blog:
Today, I’d like to welcome Khaya Ronkainen. Welcome to The PBS Blog! Let’s get started. What is your name and where are you from? My name is Khaya Ronkainen. I was born and bred…

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Work Always Comes Before Willpower

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
In the health space, there’s often this assumption that not being able to meet or maintain a weight loss goal results from a lack of willpower. If you don’t have the willpower, you won’t lose…

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Motivation Vs Inspiration

Originally posted on Noreen Lace:
I hear a number of writer’s ask about how to get inspired or keep inspiration. I think they’re confusing inspiration with motivation. We are inspired by the things around us, an odd phrase, a beautiful…

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Bite Size Writing Tips

Here’s something to think about when sending a story out for a competition. I might use this tip myself. via Bite Size Writing Tips

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How to Start a Story: 10 Ways to Get Your Story Off to a Great Start – by Joslyn Chase…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on The Write Practice: Perhaps you’ve heard the old publishing proverb: The first page sells the book; the last page sells the next book. I’m convinced there’s a mammoth grain…

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