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4 Weekend Publishing Projects

Guest Posts

4 Weekend Publishing Projects

Weekends are for relaxing and kicking back (with a good eBook, of course!) But for many new writers, weekends present much-needed free time to write, hit...
How to Mix Historical Fact and Fiction

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How to Mix Historical Fact and Fiction

In East India, author Colin Falconer faced head on the challenge of writing historical fiction:  determining the perfect balance of fact and fiction. He...
The Toxic Eight: 8 Editing Pitfalls for Novelists

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The Toxic Eight: 8 Editing Pitfalls for Novelists

Today’s guest post features practical writing tips from Digital Ink: Writing Killer Fiction in the E-Book Age. By Bonnie Hearn Hill & Christopher...
A Writer Goes Under the Covers

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A Writer Goes Under the Covers

Today’s post comes from Mary T. McCarthy, author of The Scarlet Letter Society. Mary is a seasoned nonfiction writer who, like many, heard the call...
Guest Post: The 7 Things We Learned About Writing Together

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Guest Post: The 7 Things We Learned About Writing Together

The 7 Things We Learned About Writing Together Astro and Danielle Teller, co-authors of Sacred Cows: The Truth About Marriage and Divorce, talk about what...
Guest Post: Maya Banks

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Guest Post: Maya Banks

How does an author start writing not just one story, but a series of novels? Where does it all start? Bestselling author Maya Banks launches the latest...
Guest Post: Barbara Freethy on The Making of a Series

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Guest Post: Barbara Freethy on The Making of a Series

Bestselling author Barbara Freethy has just released That Summer Night, book 6 in her Callaway Family contemporary romance series.  The author of of over...
Guest Post: Chet Williamson on His Book’s Second Chance

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Guest Post: Chet Williamson on His Book’s Second Chance

How do you describe a book that crosses over into multiple genres? It’s a question that many authors have as they start to package and market their...
Guest Post: Sarra Cannon on Writing A Serial

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Guest Post: Sarra Cannon on Writing A Serial

Digital self-publishing means authors have more flexibility in their publishing — especially when choosing a format for their story.  What is it...
Guest Post: Cindy Miles Talks Summer Love, Bad Boys and Stupid Girl

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Guest Post: Cindy Miles Talks Summer Love, Bad Boys and Stupid Girl

New Adult bestselling author Cindy Miles has launched her latest novel, Stupid Girl, just in time for summer. What’s the secret behind a great summer...
Guest Post: An Interview with John Shirley

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Guest Post: An Interview with John Shirley

Today Watch Dogs launches not just as a game — but as a technothriller. Inspired by the world making of the game’s developers, author John...
The First Map of Morgan Rice’s Bestselling Fantasy World

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The First Map of Morgan Rice’s Bestselling Fantasy World

Worldbuilding is a key part of the fantasy and science fiction writing process and for fans there’s always curiosity about the geography of the world...