How to Write a Page-Turner

I’ve stayed up all night reading a good book. Why? There was no good place to stop. Each chapter drew me right into the next chapter. That’s talent. I’m not that good yet, but that is my aim. I want to write a page-turner!

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Why My Readers Fell In Love With My Bad Guy

I certainly didn’t intend to write a bad guy that my readers would love, but he just wouldn’t stay in the background. I’d intended for him to be low-key, dangerous, and despicable. However, as I added layers and brought dimension to his character, he stole the show! If the good guys were on the page […]

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Blogs Are a Display Case for Our Work

All Indie authors struggle with the vicious cycle of writing, publishing, marketing, blogging, tweeting, and starting the cycle all over again. The struggle doesn’t end unless you want to write one book, get it out of your system, and be done. For those of us who enjoy the craft, we must continue the cycle and […]

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5 Tips To Get You Tweeting Like A Pro

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Author Steve Boseley, who has posted on my blog a guest post on the best time to tweet, recently published a post filled with tips on how to compose the perfect Tweet. I’m copying here his main tips, but I urge you to check out his complete post if…

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6 Words That Can Ruin Your Sentence – #RRBC

Originally posted on 4WillsPublishing Author Services:
Here at 4WillsPublishing, we’re all about sharing info that can only help you to become a better writer.  What better info to share than 6 words that can ruin your sentence.  So, let’s jump right into it: *ACTUALLY:  Crutch words are words that we slip into sentences in order…

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