Category Archive for: ‘Writer Talk’

Cover Ups

It used to be that you could recognize a self-published book simply by the cover. Most were poorly designed and …

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Leading the charge

It’s a pretty standard tale these days. Write some short stories… put them together into a collection… get those stories …

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Tips?

You see it all the time in music. In fact, it’s a time-honored tradition. Playing for tips. Sometimes bars offer …

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Words Other Than Said

There are different schools of thought about writing dialog. One is very strict about dialog tags, recommending that writers try …

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Contractual Navigation

Most burgeoning writers are seeking the same thing: the opportunity to sell their stories. For some, this means self-publishing and …

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Into the deep…

Have you ever found an old notebook or computer file with something you know you must have written, but that …

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Words and how to use them

Language is a funny thing. Not like funny, haha. More like funny, strange. Get two speakers of the same language …

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Serial Fiction

Publishing serially is not a new concept. In the past, a large percentage of fiction was published serially – just …

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To market or not to market … that’s the question

We all know that it’s hard to write a book. Most of us suspect that marketing is even harder. But …

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Is It Needed?

Every now and then, a writer will come to a scene she thinks she needs to move the story forward, …

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