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Engage Your Readers

by D.L. Wilson Authors must engage readers. To do that successfully requires learning who our readers are. Established authors need to find ways of communicating with their readers. The new rapidly advancing Internet social networking opportunities provide many new vehicles to get input from readers. An...

Guest Bloggers Wanted

Hi All, We like to feature guest bloggers with great tips for writers on writing, web design, website, blogs, social media, publishing, etc. If you feel you can contribute reverent material, please leave a comment and I’ll follow up. If you would like to be a regular contributor on a monthly basis,...

Interview with Jackie Dishner Author of Backroads and Byways of Arizona

Today we are fortunate to meet Jackie Dishner. She is author of Backroads and Byways of Arizona. Like many, Jackie started by journaling and an active imagination and shares how she landed her first book contract and tackled her writing project. Maralyn: Jackie, please introduce yourself. Jackie: From the...

SLOG-Journaling 4-Excerpt from Success

We are getting close to the end of what we have to say on journaling. We’ve one more after this. This excerpt is from, “Success, Your Path to a Successful Book,” by Maralyn D. Hill and Brenda C. Hill. How? Getting started is not as difficult as you think. We found keeping a journal, paper,...

SLOG – Editing 3

Excerpt from, Success, Your Path to a Successful Business by Maralyn D. Hill and Brenda C. Hill. We touched on the importance of editing. Use the lifesaver technique. But, you’re not done. No matter how good you are, when you read it out loud, you will find things you’ve missed. We are repeating a tip...

SLOG- Journaling 3 Excerpt from Success

We still have a couple of more things to say on journalings. This excerpt is from “Success, Your Path to a Successful Book,” by Maralyn D. Hill and Brenda C. Hill. Why? It has been said, we all have at least one story in us. Journaling is frequently the best way to start:• Journaling is a great...

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