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The Opening Hook of Your Book #ThrowbackThursday

The opening of a story begins when a change takes place. The reader doesn’t care at this point about the main character’s background; he wants to know what happens next. Continue reading

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Seven Tips to Edit Your Rough Draft #ThrowbackThursday

If editing is your least favorite part of writing, this post is for you! I will show you seven tips for editing and proofreading your rough draft and take your book to the next level. I’ve just finished the final, final, final edits for Snow White and the Eighth Dwarf. Proofreading it was a long,…

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Write Your Book! Fail Often, Fail Fast, Fail Forward #ThrowbackThursday

Write your book. Write your book. Come on, do it. Stop saying, “one day I’ll write a book”. In fact, stop saying, “one day”.  Stop being afraid. Are you afraid of failure? What’s the worst that could happen? You fail. You’ve never done that before? What’s the best that can happen? You succeed. Maybe you’ll…

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