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Introvert 2.0: Author (Guest Post by Karla Sorensen)

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I just spent the weekend at the Cleveland Author event, not participating in the signing, but meeting up with some writer friends and attending as a reader. It was fun. Awesomely fun and awesomely exhausting. We got to know some incredibly talented authors that we fan-girled over and had an absolute blast swapping stories. But […]

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Book Launch: Jennifer Senhaji’s Contemporary Romance SEA BREEZE

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Sea Breeze is available! http://amzn.com/B00XGJCKNM ABOUT SEA BREEZE: Jordan has never been in love, or been anywhere. Trapped in Vegas, she schleps drinks and dodges. Jordan has never been in love, or been anywhere. Trapped in Vegas, she schleps drinks and dodges losers, while suffering under a burden only she can shoulder. Her life is […]

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Gold Star-Worthy Writing by Laura Chapman

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Writing can be a lot of fun. After all, you’re telling a story about a world and characters you created. It’s also a lot of work. You hear rumors about this from other authors, but until you’ve experienced it for yourself, you have no idea just how much. Both of my novels—Hard Hats and Doormats and The […]

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Guest Post: Storyboarding Basics by Mary Rowen

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Storyboarding is a graphic plotting technique. There are many ways to do it, but here’s the one I know. Also, lots of people use storyboarding to plot out their entire book before they write the first word. In my case, however, I’d already written three or four drafts of the novel, and it still wasn’t […]

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Guest Post: Did They Really Say That? by Lisa M. Gott

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Sometimes I read books and wonder if the author has actually ever corresponded with another human being before. Dialogue is important. Very important. It is one of those key aspects, which can make or break a story. And yet the quality and believability of it is so astonishingly horrid in so many books. When I […]