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Advanced Twitter Tips for Writers #AmWriting #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

Reblogged from D.E. Haggerty: There’s no way around it – if you want to build a writer’s platform and cultivate relationships with your readers, you have to be on Twitter as part of your author toolbox. Although I didn’t really see … Continue reading

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What’s Missing From Your Self-Editing – Ryan Lanz

Reblogged from A Writer’s Path:   by Ryan Lanz   For some writers, editing strikes fear into their hearts. Okay, perhaps not fear, but some discomfort. At least a stomach ache, right? Before you reach for the antacids, let’s discuss … Continue reading

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Don Massenzio interviews D. Wallace Peach

Reblogged from Don Massenzio: It’s time for the next subject for my 2018 author interview series. Author interviews are posted every Friday throughout the year. I am honored to continue this series with Oregon author, artist D. Wallace Peach You … Continue reading

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Kindle Formatting Magic – Chris McMullen

Reblogged from Chris McMullen: WORD TO KINDLE FORMATTING MAGIC I will share some Kindle formatting tips and also introduce my newest book, Word to Kindle Formatting Magic, which is available in both paperback and Kindle editions. Kindle ASIN: B07BL5K6DH 522-page Paperback … Continue reading

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Chris Graham meets author Paul Andruss

Reblogged from Chris, The Story Reading Ape, who have been doing some detective work on author Paul Andruss, writer in residence at Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord: About Paul Andruss Since a facial paralysis problem some years ago, Paul has chosen to … Continue reading

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Chris Graham at TRSA hosts storyteller Gregg Savage

Reblogged from The Story Reading Ape: I have ended up here, because I managed to earn myself a bonus year of life. Somewhere between October 13, 2016, and October 13, 2017, I convinced myself that I was 37, and not … Continue reading

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Hugh Roberts’ Book Of The Month: Donkey Boy and Other Stories by Mary Smith

…and please note that Mary has a new blog… visit her at Mary Smith’s Place Reblogged from Hugh’s Views and News: After a month’s break, welcome back to my book of the month feature. To kick us off for 2018, … Continue reading

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Smorgasbord Daily Blogger – Wednesday January 4th.. Well worn Jumpers, Reviews and Short story

Sally Cronin features new books, articles and stories from Patricia Salamone, Don Massenzio, and David Prosser, along with Robbie Cheadle, Angie Quantrell, and Karen Ingalls interviewing author Christine Lindsay. A vertiable Smorgasbord… even the small dog gets a mention.

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The Port Naain Philosophical and Debating Society for Ladies of wit and discernment – Tallis Steelyard

As a less poetically inclined gentleman once commented, ‘My memoirs are not my confessions.’ These are sentiments I feel a certain kinship with, the duty of a poet is to draw attention towards that which is worthwhile, not to rub … Continue reading

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A writer’s rant

Dear WordPress, Yes, it’s me again. Well, what did you expect? Reindeer? First, let me thank you for providing what is, in my humble opinion, the best blogging platform out there with what has to be the best blogging community … Continue reading

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