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Welcome Jack Remick and Larry Crist to the World Of Ink Network on A GOOD STORY IS A GOOD STORY, May 18th at 1 PST 2 MT 3 CST 4 EST for a great conversation on writing, acting and poetry. You'll want to…Continue
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February 7, 2015
It’s been quite a week, one way or another. The highlight though was attending the meeting in London of the International Thriller Writers (ITW). This was for the European members, and hopefully it will be the forerunner of many more. The ITW is really an American organisation, and all the emphasis with regard to meetings and “Thriller Fests” has always been American orientated. Now the European arm finally has a real voice.
For a writer like myself: virtually…Continue
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Happy Holidays Book Marketing Friends,
Hello friends. I wanted to share a little of what I do besides sharing HOPE to others in recovery and being an author myself.
I started a what I thought was going to be a little book promoting venture on my Book Blog,…
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Gregory Vernon Boulware
5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
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See why Vandermeulen is the 17th most followed out of 8 million on Goodreads…#readers #mktg #authors with @conquerall http://bit.ly/zHQuV4 A Reader’s Perspective: Interview with Author Jo-Anne Vandermeulen
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Writer’s Workshops and Linda Spur
As well as belonging to three online critique groups, where I can post a chapter of my historical novels in progress and receive constructive critiques in return for critiquing other members’ chapters, I also belong to Watford Writers. Every Monday the society meets in Cassiobury Park, Watford, Hertfordshire, England at Cafe Cha Cha at 7.30 p.m.
From time to time Watford Writers arranges for guest speakers and…Continue
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While writing there is no one to metaphorically hold my hand, encourage me and help me to improve my work in progress.
From my first draft of a novel or article I try to write to the best of my ability and avoid the many pitfalls which plague authors. By the time I have written several drafts, revised and edited my work I know it inside out, upside down and back to front, and that is the…Continue
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I will compare Winning Writers boorish behavior to Glimmer Train. At Glimmer Train, I uploaded the wrong version of a story in their current short short story contest, and later uploaded the correct version. When I emailed Glimmer Train to make certain that they had the correct version, they refunded the fee for submitting the wrong version - Even though I did not request a refund but only wanted to make certain they had the correct version of my story. With…Continue
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I'm writing to warn all of you about Winning Writers. Publishers of poetry are divided into two groups, snob and money-making. Winning Writers is in the latter category. It should be called "Winning Profits." The editor, Adam Cohen, would not respond to a request about a judgement about a poem. I didn't say he denied a request. He simply didn't reply. The reason is that there's no money in replying to such requests. Winning Writers, so-called, even calls those who use their services…Continue
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