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The Book Beautiful: Front & Back Matter (It Matters!)

Originally posted on Self Publishing Advisor:
So you’ve written a manuscript, thus the ‘meat’ of your book is complete. However, you want to happily sandwich that meat between what we call ‘front matter’ and ‘back matter.’ Front matter includes things…

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September 24 Speaker

From historical romance to mystery and women’s fiction, Velda Brotherton writes sexy, dark and gritty stories. She easily steps out of the old west into contemporary settings to create novels about strong women with the ability to conquer life’s difficult … Continue reading

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How to Start Writing – and When to Stop

Originally posted on Live to Write – Write to Live:
Starting. The more I write full time, the more I learn about how to get started and when to stop, knowledge that makes me more efficient in a job that…

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Lisa Wells – July Speaker

“Writing Strong Dialogue”  July 23 1:00 p.m. Heritage Cafeteria, Corner of Battlefield & Fremont Springfield, MO Lisa Wells always knew there would come a time in her life when she’d pursue her dream career as a romance author. This is … Continue reading

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