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What can you do with unfinished writing projects?

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SPF-004: Masterclass – Five Must Do Actions for New Authors – Self Publishing Formula

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Putting It Together — Live to Write – Write to Live

I’ve written about this before–the difference between being an author and being published is vast. By published, I mean being engaged in the business part of writing. While it is, and remains, a thrill to hold a book I wrote in my hand, the business is fraught. Publishing trends, consolidation of publishing companies, e-books, making a […]

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Enjoy expression, don’t be a dry writer — Poetic Cultivation

I am just sharing some personal experience as a writer, some “brotherly” advice, if you will. Believe it or not I read through a lot of what folks are posting and sharing, and there is a lot of great talent out there. However, in my opinion, for some it falls a bit flat. Writing itself […]

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That or Which? Grammar girl — Don Massenzio’s Blog

Originally posted on Kawanee’s Korner: ? Restrictive Clause—That A restrictive clause is just part of a sentence that you can’t get rid of because it specifically restricts some other part of the sentence. Here’s an example: Gems that sparkle often elicit forgiveness. The words that sparkle restrict the kind of gems you’re talking about.…

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WordPress For Writers: WordPress Author Sites

In this part of my series on WordPress For Writers, I’ll cover the basic things to consider when using WordPress on site promoting the work of writers and authors. For more on the subject, se…

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