Fiction Writing Resources Archive

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Some Author Goodies and Tips! ;-)

Today’s email to my list 😉  I don’t have time to put the whole thing in here, I am finishing my edits so a novel can go to my editor for the next round. http://archive.aweber.com/wso13001/4knXK/h/Some_Goodies_and_Tips_.htm

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WP, Icons, SFR, and Beppi! ;-)

Hello my fellow writers, For the next few weeks, I’ll be working from long To Do lists, as I launch a new pen name with 6 books (Pre-orders, here I come!), reboot an old pen name by targeting a new readership with new covers and a new book, and continue writing yet

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Doubts, Commonsense, and One Last Chance

Hello my fellow writers, Let me start with a haiku, because this is my new favorite mode of procrastination <very big grin> Gray day at the beach. It is gray here, too, so why Am I not writing? Now… on to the email 😉 DOUBTS I just got off a Saturday morning

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Want to know more about the second largest genre on Kindle?

Pretty much everyone knows that ROMANCE is the largest fiction genre… and I am also sure that you understand that Genre in and of itself is too large to mean anything… Drilling down into sub and sub-sub-genres is how you need to focus your efforts to find readers and meet their expectations.

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Economical White Board Option

I am visual, and that makes it a challenge. If you want to do a large white board, go to a big box home store or lumber yard and get a 4×8 sheet of shower inclosure stuff (I don’t remember what they actually call it. Have them cut it on the panel

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Story Rescue by Michelle Spiva with Tink Boord-Dill

Michelle and I collaborated on Story Rescue — an amazing course on how to take prewritten fiction plots and make them your own. Michelle has put together such an impressive package, I decided I needed to give you a tour, so you could make an informed decision about which version was right