Gifts for Writers: Decluttering a Writer's Life with Tracey Kathryn

Gifts for Writers: Decluttering a Writer's Life with Tracey Kathryn

Gifts for Writers: Decluttering a Writer's Life

Writing and Exercise (Revisited) with Tracey Kathryn

Writing and Exercise (Revisited) with Tracey Kathryn

All About the NYC Pitch Conference for Authors - from Tracey Kathryn

The New York Pitch: A Different Kind of Writing Conference

The New York Pitch: A Different Kind of Writing Conference

All About the NYC Pitch Conference for Authors - from Tracey Kathryn

Christmas Gifts for Writers (and other hard-to-buy-for people)

Christmas Gifts for Writers (and other hard-to-buy-for people)

Momentary panic set in this past weekend when I came across a count-down-to-Christmas clock on a website. I don’t know what date I THOUGHT it was but seeing that Christmas was about two weeks away made me freak out—just a little bit.

Naming Your Characters

Naming Your Characters

Naming Your Characters - Writing Advice from Authors Kristin Oakley and Valerie Biel

I admire brilliant character names and agonized over choosing just the right ones for my Circle of Nine series’ characters. Assuming every author has this same problem, I’ve invited author Kristin A. Oakley to join me today for a discussion on this topic.

Writing Conferences: Why You Should Attend - Kristin A. Oakley

Writing Conferences: Why You Should Attend - Kristin A. Oakley

Welcome back to author Kristin A. Oakley with her take on Writers Conferences.

Nonfiction & Fiction Book Proposals (YES! FICTION!)

Nonfiction & Fiction Book Proposals (YES! FICTION!)

This year I completed my first nonfiction book proposal, and I realized how intimidating the process might be for someone who is not familiar with the componen

The Greatest American Hero by Bonniejean Alford

The Greatest American Hero by Bonniejean Alford

In a piece written in the style of her memoir, Bonniejean Alford boldly explores the role “heroes” have as inspiration on her journey to inspire.

The Greatest American Hero

By bonniejean alford, Creative Communication Strategist | Word Artist | Speaker

This year, I received an amazing gift from the universe: the honor of meeting one of my childhood heroes via video chat. Truthfully, a dear friend granted me this gift for my birthday in February. What a nice surprise!

Hybrid Publishing by Kristin A. Oakley

Hybrid Publishing by Kristin A. Oakley

Charles Dickens, Beatrix Potter, Marcel Proust, and Edgar Allan Poe were self-published authors. Charles Dickens, Beatrix Potter, Marcel Proust, and Edgar Allan Poe all self-published their books. If you're planning to do the same, you're in good company. Today you can publish your manuscript with just the click of a button but be sure to research your options first.

 

 

Revising your Work with author Amanda Zieba

Revising your Work with author Amanda Zieba

I'm pleased Amanda Zieba is able to join us again. Amanda is an author, a word nerd, a mom, a wife, a teacher, and so much more. Today she gives us excellent tips on revising your work. (In my opinion, there are never enough tips to get me through this phase of writing!)

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