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Trending: Young Adult Romance Novels about Ordinary People Dealing with Love, Loss and Growing Up in a Normal World

Guest Blog by Dean Amory Who’s Ever Dated a Werewolf? It’s fun, of course, all these stories about vampires and werewolves. But, seriously, haven’t you done with these artificial thrills yet? Imagine yourself as the lead character in the story: … Continue reading

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How To Write A Book In 2 Weeks

guest blog by Lisa Newton No doubt, you’ve been attracted by the title, but the first disclaimer is that although this is possible, some books will take far longer. Some books may be bubbling around in your head for months … Continue reading

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Learn To Properly Speak And Write English

Tactics to Speak and Write Proper English 1 Guest blog by Erik Decesaro “Whether you work in a field that requires you to learn English, or instead are planning a visit to an English-speaking country, you will need to find … Continue reading

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How to Find Time for Novel Writing

Guest blog by Harvey Chapman Novel writing takes time – and plenty of it. Okay, so it’s possible to write a novel in under a year, but more likely it will take you two or three years, or even longer. … Continue reading

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Important Facts About Writing Mystery/Suspense Novels

Guest blog by Linda Weaver Clarke Grabbing the interest of your reader on the first page is essential. You don’t want your reader to put the book down. Using action words in the first paragraph, rather than description, helps to … Continue reading

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