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Adventures in Publishing: Why I Chose to Go Independent

Is self-publishing, independent publishing the way to go to get your book published? Continue reading

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Powerful Writing Techniques

Originally posted on Mundus Media Ink:
By Henry Herz Take a moment, close your eyes, and recall a story that truly engaged you as a reader – one whose world and characters became completely real for you. Got one? Now,…

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Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover?

No matter who your audience is, you want them to be excited when they see the cover of your book. While the old adage “Don’t judge a book by its cover” is one all too oft repeated, we all know … Continue reading

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How To Not Give Up On Writing a Book

Do you have a few abandoned manuscripts sitting on your computer? Are you lured away by new ideas, or do you find that getting started is easy, but continuing to write until the end of a first draft is the … Continue reading

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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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How To Improve Your Writing Skills

Whether you’re a blogger, student, or aspiring author, learning to improve your writing is a skill that can be used for years to come. With a little practice, research, and creative choice, you’ll be on the right track. Dana Fox … Continue reading

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Why You Need a Logline

What is a logline? It’s a summarization of your story in three sentences.  Can you do it?  A few months ago, one of SWG’s speakers spoke about creating your logline…the backbone of facts from which you can then create the body of … Continue reading

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