Monthly Archives: November 2013

What Can Pinterest Do For Writers?


  EVERYTHING! I love Pinterest. There was a time one could say I lived, ate, and breathed it. Now, writing has taken over that area of my life. However, I still turn to Pinterest, first, for all my writing needs. … Continue reading

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My View


I am currently sitting in my living room and this is my view. It’s been a cold dreary day filled with non-stop rain and heavy fog. I know that if I was one of the unlucky people who have to … Continue reading

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8 Steps to Writing a Novel


How to write a novel. Those 5 words have so many different answers that, as a newbie to the writing world, left me baffled. I clicked onto as many “How To” articles that my hungry little eyes could handle but … Continue reading

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6 Steps To Be A More Productive Writer


Writing can be a very enjoyable and rewarding process. However, if you’re writing with the goal of becoming a published author or as an option for a career it can become overwhelming, to say the least. Productivity is key to … Continue reading

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7 Questions You Should Ask About Your Genre


Question #1: What do I want to write? After that fateful night where I filled out that character development worksheet and realized what I wanted to do for the rest of my current existence, I knew what kind of book … Continue reading

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Hello Writing World!


Well, this is daunting. My First Blog Post…Ever! But, I hear if you want to be a successful writer you need to have a successful Author Platform. Honestly, I didn’t even know what an Author Platform was until about a … Continue reading

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