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Ebooks and the Big Five

Resources Big Five Changes Business Model Libraries Must Draw the Line Questioning Tor’s Ebook Embargo Future of Ebook Pricing Publishers Sabotaging the Libraries? Libraries Pushing

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The Bone Jar: Killer of the Writers Block

This project seems to have taken on a life of its own. Quite literally, it is screaming to be let out into the light of day like some centuries old corpse that has been waiting for its time in the lime light.

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Roll A Story Challenge Round Two

Genre non-fiction thriller paranormal romance young adult mystery historical fiction Location Old West Tropical Desert Arctic Mountain town Remote village   Plot Twist Tropes Antagonist

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Writing Prompts By Sarah

Writing Prompts from our Creative Director The following writing prompts are a fun way to stretch your creative muscles.  They can be used in a

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On The Couch-With Larisa

While writing with my partners [Sarah & Sheal] the awareness of what our ‘style’ is, came into full view. I have determined [and I am not saying this with ego] am better at narrative writing than I am at dialogue writing. It was during a discussion with Sheal, that a lightbulb went off for us to write posts about the aspect or ‘style’ that a writer takes on. Writers sometimes struggle with what style to write in, what method to use, that sometimes we get in our heads and shut down instead of creating.

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New Year, New Prompt

Writing in Different Points of View POV or point of view is a big working tool in a writer’s toolbox. Everything we can covey can

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