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Non-bookish links #1

Good morning all, well, my life consists of more things than books and writing…almost. You know by now I’m a serial reader and I read basically anything. So you can imagine all the other things I read. Maybe you find these helpful as well. 1. Low carb has been all the rage for quite some time. We stumbled onto the…

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Warrior by Karen Lynch is available today!!!

Warrior (Relentless Book 4) Author: Karen LynchGenre: YA Urban Fantasy BUY THE BOOK        Amazon: http://amzn.to/2euy030 iBooks: http://apple.co/2evNPIl BN: http://bit.ly/2dp3sni Smashwords: http://bit.ly/2dPWUup Kobo: http://bit.ly/2emruMI BLURB   The warrior has finally met his match.   Nikolas Danshov is the Mohiri’s finest warrior, fearless and lethal with any weapon. For almost two hundred years, he has devoted his life to keeping…

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Bookish links #48

Hi there. How did your scene building go? Some great tips in last week’s post. But on to this week. I love writing about our few travels. Preselling ones article could be a great way to earn some spending money. Every genre has its own required word count. Writer’s Digest gives a definitive post for both children’s and other genres POV. Complete guide to…

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Bookish links #47 (scenes)

Hi hi! This week I scoured some ‘scenes’ articles. Here they are. Amy Knupp explains her practical planning for writing scenes. Building blocks for every scene. Darcy Pattison has a wealth of help on her blog. Here she has a 30 day series to stronger scenes. Randy Jackson, the Snowflake Man, has another helpful article about the perfect scene. Kaye Dacus goes into detail…

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Bookish links #46 (writer's notebooks)

Welcome back. Another week has passed. Enjoy these links about writers notebooks of all sorts. Better Writing Habits listed and explained some notebooks for writers. There are all kinds of notebooks listed additional to the 3 writers notebooks. Jennifer Blanchard classifies the writers notebook as the secret weapon of success. Julia Cameron believes in 3 pages a day. This was a fun link. Here…

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Bookish links #45

Welcome back. Here are some more lovely links from around the web. I listed an old link from Angela Savage last week. This week I have another old link of hers for you. This is a list of books that blew her away in 2014. Some beautiful books here. I found these quotes quite funny. Some inspirational, some optimistic, some pessimistic.…

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Bookish links #44

Hi there again. It’s been how long…4 months! So sorry. Let’s see if we can share some more fun links from all over the web. This was such a fun article. Here are just some sci-fi-words that has been coined. Aerogramme Writing Studios has compiled a list of writing opportunities for July & August 2016. Another fun article about words invented by writers. I…

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Bookish links #43

Well, halo there! Welcome to my list of bookish and wordish links this week. Let’s get into it. 5 English Words that utterly unique. I am a true word-nerd. These are cool. The author platform is a very important part of this writing adventure. At The Write Life you can find 7 tips to build your author platform. I have some…

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Bookish links #42

Ways to write a social media update. This is an extensive list of possible ways to compile social media updates. I’ve been using some without realising I was doing it according to a plan! Good on me! Spoonflower has a whole heap of library themed fabrics! I just love it. And just for fun, here are some book themed fabrics available as well! That’s…

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Bookish links #41

Welcome to my post for the week. I’ve read a bit confused this week…chaotic more like it but there is a bit of tips and tricks in the whole writing process and some punctuation and grammar. But I did find my last link the most fascinating! Isocolon: we use it more times than we realise. Here are a few rules…

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