Tag Archives: Where Writers Win

October 8

“We expect over 400 libraries to participate in the first year of this annual event, which is pretty amazing.” Mitchell Davis, BiblioLabs Indie authors, rev your engines! Enthusiastic readers and library lovers, mark your calendars! On October 8, 2016, libraries … Continue reading

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“Very” Valuable

Where Writers Win (writerswin.com) is one of my favorite web sites. It’s full of helpful writing and marketing advice. A case in point, the “very” helpful — no, invaluable —  infographic created by Luke Palder, founder and CEO of ProofreadingServices.com … Continue reading

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Resourceful Sites

Recently, Toby Stein, a friend, poetry lover, and KWD reader, asked me to gather together some of the sites I refer to from time to time. What a great idea! To fulfill my motivational mission, I often turn to a … Continue reading

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Then Again

“To be a writer is to sit down at one’s desk in the chill portion of every day, and to write; not waiting for the little jet of the blue flame of genius to start from the breastbone—just plain going … Continue reading

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Writing Blogs

Where Writers Win (wherewriterswin.com) is a terrific resource on marketing for writers. Each of its online newsletters is packed with helpful information and there are additional resources available for members of its “The Winners Circle.” program. A recent issue featured … Continue reading

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Recharging Yourself

Any of us who labor in Literary vineyards know that writing isn’t always easy. We may love what we do, but sometimes, getting our motors going just isn’t that easy. daily distractions, low energy, a plot problem, lack of confidence … Continue reading

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