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If You Love An Author, Write A Review The Easy Way

By Susan Hanniford Crowley

I’ve been asked how to write a review, and so I searched for the easiest way to do it. All you really need to know is . . .

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Writing Tools: No Trespassing

By Susan Hanniford Crowley

Writing means recording moments. Even if you are writing fiction, the more you use non-fiction places, moments, feelings, and senses, the stronger the experience for the reader.

Create a writing tool for yourself. Use the photo above as a writing prompt. There are two parts. Write the . . .

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Checking Out Authors on Amazon

By Susan Hanniford Crowley

Today while you’re last-minute shopping, I want to tell you what there is to see on an Author’s Page on Amazon. If you love a particular author, you don’t have to hunt everywhere for every title. Just go to his or her or their page. Here’s my page so you can see what I mean. To get there, I typed into Google – Susan Hanniford Crowley Amazon Author Page.

https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B004YXOGXG

The first thing you will notice is . . .

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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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How to Write A Fiction Novel, Part 10 – Love Scenes

By Susan Hanniford Crowley

Let’s not be shy. If you’re going to be a romance author, you will be writing love scenes. The “sweet” romances don’t go past kisses and hand-holding. But other romances whether they be contemporary, paranormal, or historical, have passion unleashed.

There are many books and workshops on this matter that give a great deal more details that I can give in one blog post.

Most authors agree that. . .

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How to Write A Fiction Novel, Part 7 – Settings Are More Than A Place

By Susan Hanniford Crowley

When writing your novel, you will want to really examine your setting. Some writers make the mistake of info dumping, which gives too much about the setting in one spot in the book. The more experienced author sets the stage with some great sentences where their character is interacting with the setting. That gives the setting more meaning for the reader. You relay how the character feels about where they are or where they’re going through interaction, action and dialogue.

While the story moves on, the character continuously interacts with. . .

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How to Write A Fiction Novel, Part 4 – How To Avoid the Squishy Middle?

By Susan Hanniford Crowley

No, we’re not talking about diets. We are talking about the most fatal part of a book, the part where if it’s not interesting anymore, the reader closes it for another day. I was talking to a book reviewer about this topic and was told that’s where they put down the book and they’re done. You don’t want this to happen to your novel. We’re going to go over a some options to prevent this.

In my book Vampire in the Basement, I was working with two couples and a series of helping or hurting characters (good guys and villains). My goal was. . .

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