This week’s guest post is the lovely Monette Bebow-Reinhard, author of Adventures in Death and Romance: Vrykolakas Tales. Here she discusses her research into vampirism.
The books we write, are not the only thing we are marketing to readers. Most people are interested in the person behind the words. So, we have to accept that some of the marketing needs to be focused on us. The best place to start is with an About Page.
If you’ve been writing for a while, you probably know that sometimes we writers have a habit of reusing the same words over and over throughout our manuscripts. This is especially common for those of us who write sporadically.
Catching this pesky overused words not only tightens up our manuscript but by identifying them helps us to proactively stop (over)using them.
Welcome back to my Blogger Series, a new post every Thursday with tips and tricks to help you start or build on your blog. Today’s topic is all about blog post headlines (titles).
This week’s guest poster is the wonderful blogger and author Rachel Walton, from Wordlander. Enjoy!
It’s Monday again, so time for another Monday Marketing post. Today, I want to discuss why writers should be taking up guest posting opportunities!
I had the honour of being a guest post on author Suzanne Rogerson’s website. My post is all about dealing with multiple story ideas swarming you while you’re trying to stay focused on your current WIP. Hope you like it 😀
Today I’m really pleased to share a guest post from fellow writer, Ari Meghlen. She has some great tips for keeping your writing projects under control. Read on to find out more…
Keeping the Rabble in Line: How to stick to one story
A Writer’s Life
I always knew I was meant to be a writer. Even in those very early years when I struggled to read and was way behind, regarding reading levels compared to other children my age. After all, my inability to read well never stopped the ideas from coming.
While I loved to draw and was not bad at it, art never seemed enough to give all these ideas life! So, writing was the only way to go.
A Rabble of Chattering Ghosts
I have been blessed (and cursed) with always having ideas. Any time I suffered writers block, it was usually due to mental burn-out…
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Welcome back to my on-going Blogger Series, where every Thursday I upload a post with information and tips for those who interested in starting their own blog. This week’s post is about the blog post itself.
This week’s guest post is an author interview with the lovely Renee Harless, author of Between the Lines. Enjoy!