I wrote my first novel because I wanted to read it. — Toni Morrison
1. Write every damn day. Yes, even weekends. Yes, even when you’re busy with other crap. Each day I write a blog post, an article for Sea Change, part of my new book, or perhaps part of a novel. If I don’t have enough to write every day, I start a new writing project. I […]
1. Use the time of a total stranger in such a way that he or she will not feel the time was wasted. 2. Give the reader at least one character he or she can root for. 3. Every character should want something, even if it is only a glass of water. 4. Every sentence […]
Nina’s abbreviation for The Author Training Manual is a good description of the value of her book. The abbreviation? ATM. Nina’s book can enable authors to create their own ATMs to withdraw money whenever they need it simply by creating new books. Nina’s advice is solid. And there’s a gold mine in the four sample […]
Are you an entrepreneur, business owner or expert wanting to write a book to increase your credibility and visibility, but you don’t know where to start? Or you started, but got stuck? Or you wrote it, but now you’re broke? Then check out this interview. In June 2014, Stella Togo was interviewed on Blog Talk […]
If you want to write better, start by trying to write a very short story in six words. Here, for example, are some short stories featured on SixWordStories.net. This website was inspired by the original short short story by Ernest Hemingway: For sale: baby shoes, never worn.
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