Marquessa is at it again! Check out this intriguing piece by this talented writer and follow her on Wattpad for updates!
Dominic was the love of my life until I killed him twice.
And both times, I can’t say that I was sad about it. But I’m not going to get into that with you just yet.
If you want to know the whole truth, you’ll have to be patient with me. Whenever I think about what happened, it’s like that slap from Dominic all over again and I’m left wondering how I got into it all in the first place.
I’ve never told anyone but God the entire story about what happened but I’m thinking…maybe it’s time to do it now?
via afflicted #wattpad
Great post on preorder pricing from an author who’s “been there and done that!”
Deciding how to price an ebook (or book for that matter) is one of the most difficult decisions an author has to make. I won’t get into that today. Instead, I’m going to concentrate on your pre-release/new release price. Specifically, is pricing a pre-release/new release at a bargain price of 99 cents worth it? In my opinion, no. Here’s why.
via Should I price my pre-release/new release at 99 cents? #authortoolboxhop #writerwednesday #writertips #writerslife
Excellent post that holds us all accountable!
Given the horrors of the mass shootings over the weekend, clearly inspired by bigotry, white nationalism, and racism, I decided to use this post again.
via It Can Happen Here: Revisited
Great opportunity for short story writers… or to try your hand at short stories! Check it out!
Authors can share a link to their short stories (less than 2000 words please) or poetry, and it won’t cost you a penny! The deadline is 31st August. Stories or poems can be on any subject, but please keep them reasonably family friendly – nothing too graphic!
via Share Your Short Story – August 2019
Excellent writing/editing advice! 👍
This week I printed out ‘Novel 2’ for the first time. It took me right back to early last year, when I printed out ‘Novel 1’ for the first time. I posted a blog back then sharing reasons to print your work in progress. This time I’d like to focus not so much on the reasons why you should print your work, but the things you’ll notice when you do.
via Things You Notice When You Print Out Your Novel
Stop by the blog party in Learn Fun Facts! Leave a link and find new sites to follow!
Growing a blog isn’t simple. It takes time, patience, and dedication before others would begin to notice your blog. While I can’t offer you a magic formula that would increase your blog’s popularity overnight, I can at least help you to promote your blog and find new readers.
Here’s what you’ll need to do:
Share a link to your blog (or blog post) that you want to promote in the comments section. To attract more attention, you may include a short and creative description of your blog.
via Learn Fun Facts’ Blog Party: Share Your Blog Here, May 2019
by Katie McCoach
Your fingers hurt. Your eyes burn. You haven’t had anything to drink except coffee for the past few days, weeks, year. You are pretty sure you haven’t slept a full night without dreaming about characters and plot lines.
You are certain you will never type again. Because you finally finished writing the first draft of your novel. Phew!
No matter how many times an author finishes the first draft of a novel, they know this is only the beginning of the writing process. So what do you even do after you write that first draft? What comes next? Where do you even begin the process of revising, rewriting, sharing, and more?
via What to Do After the First Draft