Writing: Are the Details of Your Story Plausible?
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Writing: Are the Details of Your Story Plausible? Plausibility came up today in the book I’m writing so I thought I’d talk about it today on my blog. The first two definitions of plausibility from www.thefreedictionary.com: 1. Seemingly or apparently valid, likely, or acceptable; credible: a plausible excuse. 2. Giving a deceptive impression of truth or reliability. Plausible Magic? While there are many circumstances in every book when plausibility becomes … Continue reading

Writing: Which Book to Write Next?
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Which Book to Write Next? Choosing which book to write next has to be one of the hardest decisions to make as an author. At least it is for me. I’ve written a few posts on the subject and I always seem to have a plan in place, but I’ve found those plans rarely come to fruition. Write What You Know We hear this all the time. Writers are supposed … Continue reading

10 Things To Do Before You Give Up On Your Dreams – Guest Post by Gideon Stevens
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One thing you learn right away in the literary field is that a writer is a writer, is a writer, etc. Whether we write poetry, short stories, fiction or non, fantasy or thrillers, we have the same goals, aspirations, dreams, and troubles. Today’s guest post is brought to you by Gideon Stevens, a Twitter pal of mine and author of Writing Non-Fiction: the Five Step Method. He discusses a thought … Continue reading

Calling All Aspiring Authors!
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Are You an Aspiring Author? Wondering what to do next? How to promote? Or even how to write? Hopefully the books and suggestions I give below can set you on the right path. Clicking on any of the the book covers will take you to their Amazon sales pages. Aspiring authors fly from the woodwork on a daily basis. I know this because I did the same! The writing bug … Continue reading

Author or Marketing Director? – Guest Post by Carolyn Arnold
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Today we have the opportunity to hear from Amazon bestselling author, Carolyn Arnold. She shares her realistic insights on what life is like as an Indie author and what that entails with a focus on time management. Check out her Amazon author page by clicking on her books below. Author or Marketing Director? Isn’t it true as soon as that first book goes out, as authors we’re immersed in a … Continue reading

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