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Writing in a Hotel Room: The Perfect Place to Write

Posted in creativity, discipline, finding time to write, Learning to Write, Productivity for creatives, prolific writer, Writing a novel, writing in hotel rooms, and Writing Tips

A Writing Retreat I’m writing this post in a hotel room. And I’m in this hotel room just to write. I’m not on holiday. I’m not a tourist. I’m not visiting friends. On the contrary, the “do not disturb” sign is positioned permanently on the outer handle of…

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How to Get Through Writing the Difficult Second Book

Posted in creativity, discipline, Editors, Getting published, how to be a prolic writer, Independent Publishing, Learning to Write, Productivity for creatives, prolific writer, Publishing, self publishing, The debut novel, Writing a novel, and Writing Tips

Catharsis Okay, I’ll come clean at the outset: the primary purpose of this post is probably personal catharsis. Of course, as always, I hope it will be at least interesting and possibly useful to you. But I won’t deny my reason for writing it is to process my…

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Beginning and Ending: How to Finish Writing a Book

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How to Finish Writing a Book: Where to Begin? I was asked yesterday, by someone who aspires to be a professional writer, how to get started on her first novel. In the same hour, I was asked how to finish a book! So, here’s a quick post with some…

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How to Design a Book Jacket: the Evolution of a Cover Design

Posted in book covers, Independent Publishing, Publishing, and publishing with a small press

There’s really no shortage of information available on the internet for writers and would-be writers to learn about both the art and craft of story creation, independent or traditional publishing options, and what goes in to the preparation of a finished manuscript. There’s a lot less detail regarding…

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