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The Path Of Daggers Audio Book – Fantasy At Its Finest

The Path Of Daggers Audio Book – Fantasy At Its Finest The Path of Daggers book, penned by the acclaimed author Robert Jordan, is a brilliant piece of work and is a great example of the fantasy category of book. As many of you know, not so long ago the fantasy genre had been the…

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The Misinterpreted Code

The Misinterpreted Code Dan Brouwn’s mystery/detective novel “The DaVinci Code,” published in 2003, has sold more than 40 million copies and its narrative was made into a script for the needs of the recently released Columbia Pictures film carrying the same title. This worldwide bestseller has been translated into 44 languages and is currently the…

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The Write Habit

The Write Habit Writing is a muscle that needs exercise to stay in shape. I realized how true that saying is when I took what I called “a well-earned break” after I finished my first novel. The last few days of writing that novel felt as sweet as whipped cream–I was in a writing groove,…

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What Type of Books Are Easier to Get Published?

What Type of Books Are Easier to Get Published? Are you a writer who is interested in writing a book, hopefully one that will be published? If you are, have you ever written a book before? If not, there is a good chance that you are looking for the easiest approach to take. After all,…

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Making The Time To Write That Novel

Making The Time To Write That Novel Finding the time to write a novel is one of the major issues confronting writers, particularly those who haven’t been published yet. How does one justify to themselves, or to their loved ones, that they need time to write if they have demands on their time, like a…

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How To Write A Book

How To Write A Book Many people dream of writing their own book. The sad fact is that for every 500 people who want to write a book, there might be only 1 or 2 who actually do it. Somehow, we get it stuck in our minds that we “can never do that” and that…

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Are You The Next JK Rowling?

Are You The Next JK Rowling? Harry Potter. The name brings instant recognition from people all over the world. The books have sold over 350 million copies worldwide. Only the bible has more translations. The movies have gone on to grace the lists of the Top 10 grossing films of all time. When Harry Potter…

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Interviewing Hugh Rosen

Interviewing Hugh Rosen Tell us about yourself first. I graduated high school in 1948 and enlisted in the army for three years. Next I went to college majoring in English Literature. I later earned a master’s degree and a doctorate in clinical social work. For thirty years I was a faculty member at a local…

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Knock-Out Writer’s Block

Knock-Out Writer’s Block When I was young, I used to talk to myself. Long, drawn out, one-sided conversations. I didn’t have an imaginary friend, I just talked to myself. My mother says that’s why I became a writer: because of my overactive imagination. I admit she may be right. Those conversations currently get me through…

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Writing Resources: 7 Books For Improving Your Manuscript

Writing Resources: 7 Books For Improving Your Manuscript Whether a crawling novice or polished professional, writers from every walk of life have room for improvement in their work. An endless array of rules and techniques must be kept in mind when writing – punctuation, grammar, transition, show don’t tell, etc. As a result, it’s extremely…

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