Tag Archives: novels

#Amwriting: 10 Cures for Writer’s Block

Whether you are just getting your feet wet or already neck-deep in the process of writing a novel, you may find that your fingers have stopped typing and that your brain has become an unresponsive lump of grey matter. Even when … Continue reading

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Writing Contest Starts Today: Do you have the best opening?

A strong opening is the most important part of a book. Without it, a reader is unlikely to move beyond the first chapter. Do you think your current project has what it takes to hook a reader in the first … Continue reading

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Writing Fiction: #AmEditing Tips From @ChangeItUpEdit

Please welcome Candace Johnson from Change It Up Editing and Writing Services. Candace Johnson is a professional freelance editor, proofreader, writer, and ghostwriter who works with traditional publishers, self-published authors, and independent book publishers in both fiction and nonfiction. We asked … Continue reading

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3 Easy Hacks for Faster Reading

Unless you become a vampire, it’s likely that you’ll never get to all the books you want to read before you die, but there are a few ways you can check more titles off your TBR list. Continue reading

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