Vanish! Daily post Challenge — Ann WJ White

https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/vanish/ Vanish from here, unworthy thoughts, Unburnished deeds, sad misconceptions. Vanish from here manipulative words, Harsh judges, unspoken times. Bring instead the laughter of children Raised on streets that cater to their steps, That cherish and rejoice in potential. Bring back the souls wrongfully taken, Before they were ripened by age and wisdom. Vanish from […]

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What Should an Author Expect from an Agent? — Mundus Media Ink

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog: ? Mismanaged (or mismatched) expectations are a fundamental cause of problems in the author-agent relationship. Authors can often avoid many problems—before and after signing with a literary agent—by establishing realistic expectations about the author-agent relationship. Step 1: Know What Agents Do … and Do Not…

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How To Write Better Stories: Subplots and Controversy — firefly465

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre – AUTHOR: your humble host I wasn’t a fan of Harry Potter and I wasn’t at all certain J. K. Rowling was a good – let alone great – author, despite my author friends saying she was. Then all that changed, and in the process, I saw lessons we could…

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Writing Links in the 3s and 6…12/5/16 — Where Genres Collide

Writing Links in the 3s and 6…12/5/16 Traci Kenworth Fantasy/Dystopian/UF/Paranormal/SF: http://colleenchesebro.com/2016/11/27/author-websites-blogs-and-book-sales-pages-the-book-designer/ What an author should have on website/s. https://fantasyhandbook.wordpress.com/2016/11/29/random-plots-writing-prompts/ Do random plot generators help? https://legendsofwindemere.com/2016/12/01/ichabod-brooks-and-the-poll/ Should Charles collect the Ichabod stories? MG/YA: http://www.brenda-drake.com/2016/12/holiday-post-pitch-wars-mentor-kit-frick/ Dream Big. Romance/Women’s Fiction: http://annerallen.com/gifts-for-writers-wish-list/ Hint. http://www.rubyslipperedsisterhood.com/whats-next-for-the-golden-heart/ The positive for the Ritas and Golden Heart to be on separate […]

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Do you understand the need for an ISBN? — jean’s writing

The link below from Kristen Twardowski is filled with information about the ISBN (International Standard Book Number.) I’ve always thought of the ISBN like a sort of phone number incorporating the country, area code, full name, etc. Kristen explains in detail what each part of the number stands for, where to get one and why you need it. […]

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Prompt #1929 Fearsome Scots — The Writing Reader

19th and 20th century Germans feared no one more than the Scots-the bagpipes and drums were disturbing in their ? loudness, and add to that the visual spectacle, the fearlessness of rank after rank of men wearing skirts. The Romans also feared the Scott’s in part because of their music. –The World in Six Songs…

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