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Open Blog Weekend: Writing for Social Justice by Kate Robinson

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You don’t write because you want to say something; you write because you’ve got something to say. ::: F. Scott …

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Open Blog Weekend: Don’t Crack Under Pressure by Jan M. Leotti

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Part I: Your Publishing Team Assembling a publishing team for your first novel is a daunting task, but once you’ve …

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Open Blog Weekend: Ambition by Sue Millard

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March 1838 It was a cheerless wet morning down at Woodside Ferry. The drifting drizzle was so thick it was …

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Open Blog Weekend: I always knew I wanted to be a writer; I had no idea I was going to be a publisher by Richard Watt

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We live in a remarkable time for the publishing industry. As traditional publishers merge and traditional booksellers struggle to stay …

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Open Blog Weekend: Online Dating Sucks, Chapter 10 by John Gavin

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My columns are written for all my readers – usually. But sometimes I get a little personal (and a little …

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Open Blog Weekend: Would you mind if I left now? by Tom Palfirey

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I’m going to broach a subject now and I’d like if before I do you put down any sharp objects …

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Open Blog Weekend: [Poem] Outcomes Don’t Belong To Me by Bobby Oliveira

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I showed up at the appointed time In the appointed place Not really expecting much Most can’t get out of …

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Open Blog Weekend: Why Authors Need to Stop Blaming the Self-Publishing Industry and Own the Process by Dee Lockett

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The last few years have proven difficult for self-publishing. Just troll any blog, LinkedIn group or GoodReads thread. Self-publishing authors …

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Open Blog Weekend: Preparing for the Editing process by Working Mama Media

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Preparing your manuscript for editing takes a little hard work. Preparing yourself is even harder. To begin preparing your manuscript, …

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Open Blog Weekend: 15 Tips For Getting Book Reviews by Suanne Laqueur

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“How in hell have you gotten so many people to review your book?” a fellow newbie author asked me. “Tell …

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Open Blog Weekend: The Man Who Cures by Brian Guthrie

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A young man’s face appears on the screen.  Soft gray eyes surrounded by sharp features stare out.  A sweeping nose …

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Interview – Naomi Clark, author of Undertow

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Naomi Clark, author of Undertow: Book 1 in the Ethan Banning series. Welcome …

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Interview – Gino Arcaro, author of Soul of a Lifter

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Gino Arcaro, author of Soul of a Lifter and the SWAT football series. …

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FREE: Jae V. Reece – The Forest Lone: Oct 3rd-7th

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The Forest Lone (YA/Fantasy) The two hundred year-old peace over the human kingdom of Charlten will be broken as wolf …

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Mercedes M. Yardley – Pretty Little Dead Girls

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Pretty Little Dead Girls: A Novel of Murder and Whimsy (Romance/Paranormal/Horror) “Run, Star Girl.” Bryony Adams is destined to be …

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Guest Post: Urban Fantasy Romance by Naomi Clark

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I suppose one of the key themes you might expect in urban fantasy nowadays is a good romance. Whether it’s …

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FREE: Tom Reinhart’s Das Vampir: Oct 1st-5th

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Das Vampir (Horror/Short Story) Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no …

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S.N. Williams – Masquerade

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Masquerade (Contemporary Romance) Have you ever felt like you were wearing a mask, like a masquerade mask you were at …

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Short Story: Rumplestiltskin III And The Dance of The Fireflies by Kevin Kauffmann

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Rumplestiltskin III grinned as he smoked on his new pipe. It was an ornate mahogany piece which held a rich …

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Luther M. Siler – Skylights

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Skylights (Science Fiction/Adventure) August 15, 2022: the Tycho, the most advanced interplanetary craft ever designed by the human race, launches …

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