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Kindle Select #ThrowbackThursday

It’s Thursday and we’re in the wayback machine, recycling a blog from 2017’s AtoZChallenge: For today’s AtoZChallenge, the letter “K” is for Kindle Select Amazon launched Kindle Unlimited (K.U.) in July, 2014. The subscription program (currently $9.99 a month) allows readers unlimited access to a large selection of free ebooks (only ten at a time…

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Linear writing

It’s Throwback Thursday It’s Throwback Thursday, and I’m reprinting a post on linear writing that originally appeared five years ago. The concept of every story being different is still true. Sometimes, extensive plotting is required. Sometimes, you put your head down and jump in. I’d like to say it gets easier, but I’d be lying….

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Prepare for NaNoWriMo:Plotting

Prepare for NaNoWriMo:Plotting Last week, I wrote about using archetypes to create characters in anticipation of NaNoWriMo in November. My project next month is a retelling of Red Riding Hood and the Big, Bad Wolfe as a romance. I’ve already established a world in Snow White and the Eighth Dwarf (available in January) that I…

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