Monthly Archives: April 2013

ReBlog: Why Your Book Page is UN-Selling Your Book

Originally posted on Time to Write:
Why Your Book Page is UN-Selling Your Book This afternoon, I am re-blogging a post by Jeff Bennington over at “The Writing Bomb”. In this post, Jeff discusses a consulting engagement with an aspiring…

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Mountain Flowers

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If you can’t say something nice…

Should be taught to our kids in their first computer class!

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“Save The Cat”–A great book for writers and moviegoers

“Save the Cat” by Blake Snyder is a nonfiction book I’d recommend ever writer and moviegoer read. It is specifically written as a how-to book for screenwriting and was recommended by a writer friend of mine. I personally don’t write … Continue reading

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Webook: A Query Experiment

I’m conducting a querying experiment via a website called Webook. It’s a query service that allows you to submit your query, which they proofread and send out to agents who specialize in your genre. At the moment, the service is … Continue reading

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Another Way to get an Agent or get Published

Finding an agent or editor to look at your novel and getting it published is a long and tedious job. It took years for me to find my publisher, and I endured quite a few rejections. While the rejections make … Continue reading

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51 seconds in…

Originally posted on Audio SeXXX:
By the 51 second mark of this video I was like wow and by the end of the video I had to take time to digest all of my amazement  

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Immortality From a Science Fiction Writer’s Perspective

Immortality has maintained its popularity in the fiction world for many generations. The ability to live forever is a gift many fantasy writers bestow upon their characters and don’t have to really justify it as long as they play within … Continue reading

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Video didn’t really kill the Radio Star–Will Ebooks kill Print?

Stayed up late last night searching the web for stats on ebook vs. print book sales, trying to get a pulse on where the publishing industry is heading. My first young adult science fiction novel, Joshua’s Tree (MuseItUp Publishing, Late … Continue reading

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Research For Writing

How deep are you willing to delve into your characters’ world to be better at making them come alive on paper? My upcoming book, Joshua’s Tree Book One, has a female character named Nadia who’s a butt-kicking genetically engineered warrior. … Continue reading

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