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Four Tips for Writing Book Reviews

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Everyone who reviews books does so differently, but these are the things I find helpful when I’m reading reviews to decide whether or not I want to pick up a book. I also try to include a lot of the information below in my reviews on Goodreads or the rare review I write on Amazon.…

Overcoming Writer’s Block #1: When Your Brain’s Too Full of Life

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As writers, I’m sure we’ve all been there. The blank screen stares us down or we can’t even bring ourselves to take time for our writing because we’re overwhelmed with the events happening in our lives. I’m in the process of developing an outline for my next work but the first few weeks of January…

Writing Report for 2014 and a Preview of 2015

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I saved the weakest of my reports for last. Writing in 2014 Writing in 2014 wasn’t what I wanted it to be. The biggest issue I had was that the manuscript I’ve been working on for a very long time has reached a bit of an impasse. I’ve tried to edit it, I’ve attempted to…

Editing Report for 2014 and a Preview of 2015

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Editing is my primary source of freelancing income so it’s fortunate that I can say I did a lot of it last year. Today, I’ll take a look at the projects I took on in 2014 and what I hope to do this year. Editing in 2014 I did a LOT of editing in 2014.…

Editing ‘The Last Superhero’

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When Astrid asked me to edit “The Last Superhero,” a lot of thoughts went through my mind. It wasn’t my first full-length novel. I’d edited at least half a dozen before this one. It wasn’t even my first time editing her work – I’ve edited two full-length novels and some vignettes from her series, “The…

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