Tag Archives: Authors

What Indie Authors Do Well

This is an older post that I’ve been meaning to get back to. I can’t think of much to add to it, however. It is pretty self explanatory. One thing I struggle with and it is something I think we … Continue reading

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Do You Have the Write Stuff?

The Arizona State Library has just announced a contest for their ONEBOOKAZ 2014. This year ONEBOOKAZ goes all digital and they are looking for Arizona authors to provide the the works. ONEBOOKAZ is a program that encourages communities across Arizona … Continue reading

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5 Key Lessons – Neil Gaiman

Author Neil Gaiman recently provided the keynote for the Digital Minds Conference in an article in on Forbes.com the author distills 5 key lessons from the talk. While intended for an audience of book publishers, these points are ones authors, … Continue reading

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Advice From a Master

This post came across my Facebook Newsfeed from the Lovecraft eZine. H.P. Lovecraft’s Advice to Aspiring Wirter’s, 1920 Lovecraft’s first point is the recognition of what judicious reading can do for the aspiring author. I would go so far to … Continue reading

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Guest Post: How to Write a Book from Beginning to End

For this month’s guest post I have a little bit of information from author Eris Kelli for any writer still on the fence about starting that first book. How to Write a Book from Beginning to End By Eris Kelli … Continue reading

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Uncovered Interview with H.P. Lovecraft

I suppose it would come of little surprise to find out that I am a huge fan of the writings of H.P. Lovecraft. I discovered his work in a book of horror stories that belonged to my cousin one fortunate night in … Continue reading

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Where Does Your Story Fit?

I saw this on Janet Reid’s always interesting and informative site the other day, New Rule for Writers: Be Knowledgeable. In Ms. Reid’s example she was making reference to query letters that leave off a vital bit of information. What in the … Continue reading

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Guest Post: How to Conduct a Blog Tour

Guest post from T.K. Harris author of Phantom Dreams Blogs. There are millions of them. Literally. Blogs exist for every passion, every interest. Gaming, cooking, dieting, clubbing, comedy, politics and the list goes on and on. And then there are blogs … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Location, Location, Location

Guest Post from Leanne Herrera author of Mirror Bound When I think of a location for the stories that I write, I generally pick somewhere I have lived or make up an area. In the three books I have completed, only … Continue reading

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Got Writer’s Block? Let Your Readers Help

I have already written a post about author Silvia Hartmann and the Naked Writer Project. Holly McDowell has taken her writing process for King Solomon’s Wives to the web in a different way. As reported by the Huffington Post Ms. McDowell has engaged her … Continue reading

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