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Posts Tagged ‘writing advice

Reviving Old Stories

March 2, 2017

Reworking and rewriting old stories can take you to new places.

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How Has Writing Affected the Way You Read?

February 1, 2017

Writing fiction has changed the way I read.

Breaking the Rules

January 9, 2017

Like drinking alcohol, breaking writing rules can be most beneficial, when practiced in moderation.

Five Years Down the Road

December 7, 2016

Who knows what the future brings, but in all honesty, five years from now I would like to have a nice place to live and write and call my own.

Why I’m Not Participating In NaNoWriMo This Year

November 6, 2016

Drinking eggnog is more fun than writing novels.

My Favorite Aspect of Being a Writer

November 2, 2016

                What is your favorite aspect of being a writer? My favorite aspect of being a writer is getting paid and right behind that is the thrill of seeing something in print, including online. Of course, it sort of goes without saying that you can’t get paid something […]

How To Make A Million Dollars Writing Mystery Thrillers (Money back guarantee)

September 12, 2012

Intro Everyday I see quite a lot of advice on how to write better or reach wider markets. While the bulk of the advice seems fine and dandy, very little of it is aimed at anyone who wishes to follow in the financially successful footsteps of a Stephen King, Sandra Brown or James Paterson. To […]