Monthly Archive for: ‘April, 2014’

What is your publishing plan?

Over the last few years, anybody who has been paying attention has had the opportunity to watch, first hand, a …

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Trust in the Plan

The business plan that is. You’ve been writing for a while and you know your craft. You’re ready to take …

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“Never Practice, Always Play”

Practice. We hear that word a lot. “Practice your math facts!” “Practice your music!” “Practice makes perfect!” But “practice your novel” doesn’t come …

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A New Course In Town

Have you heard? There’s a new course in town! Move over, How To Think Sideways. Take a bow, How To …

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Trusting the Monastary

Dearly beloved, you have come here today to focus. To allow yourself to isolate from the distractions of this world …

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Identifying the genre. No problem, or is it?

You’re writing a book. You know your audience and you know the genre you’re writing in … right? I thought …

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Where do you put a chapter break?

A lot of the old posts have disappeared during the forum upgrade, and a lot of discussions are starting over. …

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The Symphony of Story Structure

Have you ever thought about how stories are similar to songs and melodies? Songs have verses, choruses, maybe a bridge, …

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HTWAS Expansion – pre-planning

The long-awaited, much-anticipated expansion to the How To Write a Series class is finally on it’s way! Holly announced on …

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Using Audio for pre-pub buzz

Some people are visual learners and some people prefer to learn by hearing. Others learn best using both audio and …

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