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NaNoWriMo: 9th Day Out of the Gate

Words in the Dark: Post 2 Chilly weather, snow on the ground, shortening day length, and NaNoWriMo — a typical November. I’m not writing this year, but I am checking in on my NaNo Buddies, whose word scores on the … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2017 Kicks Off

Words in the Dark: Post 1 of 2017 It’s that time of year again: dark, snowy November days when the international NaNoWriMo community comes together for another annual writing marathon. First, some definitions from the Wikiwrimo pages (public) What is … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo: Starter Pack

Do you take part in NaNoWriMo? The writing marathon starts in a week. Yes, it’s that time of year already! Below is a link to a wonderful overview of NaNoWriMo by Prakash Hegade, NaNoWriMo – Starter Pack, which includes answers … Continue reading

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Welcome Back, Mandy Eve-Barnett!

Today’s Where Are They Now? series features author is Mandy Eve-Barnett from Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada. Since her interview last summer, Mandy released Clickety-Click in October 2016 and a new cover for The Rython Kingdom in April 2017. She discusses … Continue reading

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4 Authors, 7-Day Book Challenge, Amazing Experiences

With all the photo challenges going on this month, I decided to invent my own: the Book Challenge, which states, For each of 7 days, post a picture of an event, interview, work-in-progress, or anything book/writing-related and tell us about … Continue reading

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There are easier ways to sell books than through blogging

Originally posted on Suffolk Scribblings:
At the recent Bloggers Bash, one of the questions asked was why people started blogging. Many bloggers came up with the same answer, because they’d been told they needed to have a blog as an…

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