Tuning In Tranquility

For some writers, the best place to find their muse and their words is in the peaceful tranquility of silence. …

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Formatting Tips

One of the biggest challenges facing those preparing to self-publish is figuring out the technical aspects of getting a finished …

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Fictional Settings in the Real World

Creating the perfect setting for a story can be a precarious proposition. For those writing non-earth settings, it’s a matter …

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Deciding on Point of View

Sometimes the hardest part of telling a story is deciding on who is going to tell it. Will it all …

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The Rewards of Revision

Every writer probably has a novel¬†manuscript or two¬†languishing on the back burner. How about you? Do you have story sulking …

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What’s in a Name?

The new conventional wisdom for building a career writing fiction is all about volume. No, independently published authors don’t need …

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Scenes that make you blush

It isn’t all that long ago that only the most salacious fiction would venture into the more … ahem … …

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A Virtual Village: Readers Meet Writers

Imagine a place where writers and artists and editors can mingle and collaborate to create the best work they are …

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Start the year with an Ugly Baby

Are you an indie writer who is planning to self-publish? Whether you plan to self-publish or traditionally publish, do you …

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The Marketing Challenge

Calling all members! One of the new features of the Bootcamp Forums beginning this year is going to be regular …

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