Therapy through Writing

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Good morning everyone! This is going to sound really strange, but I got the idea of this post from watching The Simpsons. Yep, you read that right. Particularly, the episode where Marge is afraid to fly and sees a psychiatrist. For whatever reason, that triggered something in my brain and got me to thinking about undergoing therapy through writing. I know it’s about as cliché as “the room was as dark as night”, but in many ways, it’s something that’s … Read More »

Why Should You Use Facebook?

There’s not a day that goes by where someone isn’t on Facebook for some reason or another. Every blogger, author, or person trying to get notice should be using this to their full advantage. Authors are using their pages to promote their books, where they’ll be signing, and just over all as a way to connect with their fans. Fans that in turn share posts, tweet, and go out to buy the author’s books. It’s like word of mouth….just word … Read More »

Write When You’re Not Writing

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If I were to ask you to describe a writer, what would your response be? If someone posed that question to me, initially I’d describe someone hard at work at a desk, typing, staring into a computer screen, or balling up wads of paper and tossing them into a wastebasket (perhaps as they tear at their hair in frustration). All of those images are clear in my mind, but I also do a good share of writing away from my … Read More »

Writing Prompt Wednesday

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Hi, everyone! Have you been doing the writing prompts that Chris has been posting? If so, I would love to hear more about your experience with them and how they’ve helped your writing. Writing prompts have been a huge help to me and I love to search for them to see what inspiration might come. When I was doing A Story a Week, they were invaluable to getting words in, so I always recommend them to people who may be … Read More »

The evolution or de-evolution of writing

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Good morning everyone! As many of you know, I’m a HUGE proponent of writing in Third Person Omniscient and formal styles if that’s what works best for you. That thought process recently brought me to another thing. One of the most common things we hear online is about the evolution of the writing process. That’s something I agree with as, for the most part, we’ve grown to streamlining what and how we say something in our stories. There’s no denying … Read More »

Social Media 101: Making a personal connection

Social media is a great way to sell your books online, but it’s not the main reason to be on there. Sure, some people might see your book blurb and decide to click, but most will not. Even fewer will bother to read that free book you pimped out or review later. The fact  is, there is a lot of noise online these days and most will not notice you unless you do something that makes you stand out in … Read More »

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