5 Principles to Enhance Creative Practice

People don't give enough credit to the act of learning, focusing so much on labeling people "ahead" or "behind" when really, we're all progressing. The following experience is generously shared by blogger Amy Hopkins: “When I was a kid, I...

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Simple Tips for Smarter Self-Promotion

Certain common concerns spring up in writing groups and forums that receive mixed responses. One such general posted question might look like this: “What is the right way to advertise your book? I see people get in trouble in groups...

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Guest Post by Diana Rose

Today’s guest post was graciously shared by Diana Rose, contracted author of YA Fantasy Romance with Across Genres Publishing. She’s agreed to share some excerpts from her personal essay on writing, her journey, and what she has learned from...

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The Publishing Journey with Leo Kane

We're very happy to welcome Leo Kane as a guest author this week! She is pleased to announce the release of her book Hope, the first in her supernatural, psychological thriller series: Heavensgate. She is published under Dark Serpent Publishing,...

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Some Simple Truths with James Lee Nathan III

Our guest post today is by James Lee Nathan III. He is a self published author out of Maryland and has done great work updating and incorporating mythology and history into original fiction. He's here to offer some tips...

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World-building Basics

World Building Basics | Chase Webb Writing a novel is probably one of the most self-empowering things a human being can do. During the development stages you channel into your inner god and literally create a world. This is especially...

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