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Tell Again Tuesday

A blog series where we shamelessly share posts from others that we have enjoyed.

 


 

World Building: Comfort

By Cindy Tomamichel

I expect most of us have a well padded comfort zone these days – the world has become a scarier place, and we have all sought comfort where we can. From our safe place we can read of the discomforts of story book heroes and heroines, enjoying their hardships all the more because they are not ours. But even the most cursed characters need a break!

A thing can provide comfort. When all is darkness, the light of . . .

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Tell Again Tuesday

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How To Look Like A Writer In A Coffee Shop

By Lucy Mitchell

Ever fancied stepping inside the shoes of a writer for a few hours? Well, I have just the blog post for you. Writers are drawn to coffee shops so this is the perfect location to give the general public the impression that you are a writer.

Here are some useful tips on achieving that all important I am a writer look. It’s very . . .

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Tell Again Tuesday

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Seven Universal Motivations

By Jenny Schwartz

I hesitated over this title. A motivation is the why of what you want to achieve. It is what drives your actions. In crafting stories, classic plots include the revenge plot or searching for love.

But wind back to the heart of the story . . .

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How to Market a Self-Published book with Local Media

By Penny Sansevieri

When it comes to how to market a self-published book, I have to admit that local media pitching is one of my fun and maybe best-kept secrets. (Not anymore!) Why?

Well, for one, local media . . .

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AME blog

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Tell Again Tuesday

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How Can Book Reviews make you a better writer?

By Penny Sansevieri

Book reviews obviously offer a lot of benefits. Digging into what consumers really want is ideally your goal for becoming the best writer you can be. While some reviewers’ feedback will be something you can’t do anything about, often there’ll be something you can use right away in your marketing strategies now or eventually down the road. . . .

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Author Marketing Experts blog

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The Writer’s Process

By Deborah Raney

As I dive back into working on a new book to be released next year, I’m going to be sharing about a writer’s process of taking a book from the seed of an idea to an actual book on the shelf. My plan is . . .

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Inspired by Life and Fiction blog

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How To Clean a House Like a Writer

By Lucy Mitchell

House cleaning is a useful activity for writers.

The amount of house cleaning a writer does depends on a number of factors: . . .

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Spark and Fire

By Courtney Pierce

Sorry to break it to you, but men and women are very different in how they forge relationships, especially in print. I’ve nailed the female side of the equation, but I tend to need serious support when it comes to behavior driven by testosterone. It’s like pushing my chapters into the TSA x-ray machine and waiting to . . .

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Romancing the Genres blog

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9 Ways to Get Unstuck When Working on Something

By Susan Hanniford Crowley

Just as there are many colors in the rainbow, there are many choices.

Sometimes the brain can’t think or fathom the next thing to do.

Here is a list of things to do when you are working so hard on something that you can’t see the solution to the problem or the next step. . . .

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Nights of Passion blog

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Not So Perfect

By Cindy Tomamichel

It is interesting to give some thought to the physical aspects of a character. We have become accustomed to heroes and heroines looking perfect, with bulging muscles and flawless skin. So many movies demand of their actor’s perfection in face and form, particularly if they are a love interest. For who could love a beast?

I think it’s time we moved beyond that impossible . . .

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