Monthly Archives: October, 2013

Anti Wrinkle Cream

I’m not a poetry writer, but I happen to follow some who are good at it. I enjoy reading many of the works from the link below and I couldn’t resist sharing this one. Hope you like it! Anti Wrinkle Cream.

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Follow Friday Four

Friday Four is a blog hop hosted by Hilary at Feeling Beachie. She lists four statements and you fill in the blanks. What a fun way to get to know fellow bloggers! This week’s statements are: 1) I wear the color ____ a lot 2) I think that ____ make the _____ 3) Ugh! ____ …

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Free Writing Cheat Sheet

Writing is a different process for each person. Some people must outline and do character sketches before they begin a writing piece. Others sit and start typing whatever pops into their head, then organize and edit later. Whatever your system may be, there are rules that we can either decide to follow or break to …

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Fiction Writers Can Develop Awesome Online Platforms, Too

I always thought nonfiction writers had an easier job of creating an online platform. They would simply research and post information about their topic. Those who had similar interests would read and-“shazam!!”-you have an online platform. Of course it isn’t that easy, but you know what I’m saying. It’s more difficult for fiction writers. We …

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25 Editing Tips for Tightening Your Copy: Now a Printable Checklist

I love it when I come across handy tidbits like this one. The only thing I like more is sharing them. I hope you find this helpful! 25 Editing Tips for Tightening Your Copy: Now a Printable Checklist.

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The Big List Collects 1,500 Literary Magazines

This is a great resource if you’re interested in submitting your work to literary magazines. Hope you find it helpful. Good luck! The Big List Collects 1,500 Literary Magazines – GalleyCat.

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3 Ways To Build a Healthy Writing Routine – GalleyCat

Working exercise into a busy schedule can be difficult. I came across these tips for writers that I thought were helpful. What do you do to work exercise into your schedule? 3 Ways To Build a Healthy Writing Routine – GalleyCat.

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Insecure Writer’s Support Group Blog Hop

All of us are insecure about something at one point or another. Being insecure about your writing isn’t any different. In a world where tastes are subjective and rejection is lurking around every corner, a writer’s ego can be crushed. But someone with a true passion for the craft never gives up. We keep fighting …

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Create Your Custom Writing Schedule

Free Writing Pacemaker Creates Custom Writing Schedule Click the link below to learn about a free writing tool that helps you pace your writing schedule. Free Writing Pacemaker Creates Custom Writing Schedule – GalleyCat.

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How To Submit To Macmillan’s Swoon Reads – GalleyCat

I’m always on the look-out for opportunities for writers. Here’s one I came across for those of you who write young adult or new adult romance stories. Check it out and let me know if you have any success. How To Submit To Macmillan’s Swoon Reads – GalleyCat.

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