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Attack of the M's, Part II

Today, I turn the coveted blog chair over to a wonderful woman I've met at Killer Nashville and didn't get to spend as much time talking with as I would have liked. Today she honors me by stopping by my place on her blog tour to promote her latest endeavor, Murder In The Worst Degree. So be nice to her or I won't let…See More
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Reviewing romance novels

For those interested in having their romance novel reviewed, free of charge, please visit my blog page at http://sophiedufort.blogspot.com/Sophie's book reviews specializes in romance books of most subgenres. I review the following subgenres: contemporary, historical, paranormal, suspense and erotica. Scheduling of reviews will be done on a 'first in, best served' basis, but I will always endeavour to take into account the authors'…See More
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Writer's Block a Problem?

Who among us, as writers, has not had writer's block at one time or another? How do YOU solve this dilemma? For me, the answer has always seemed to be "Don't think about it for awhile". Go about your usual daily routine and let your story sort of steep like a cup of tea. Usually when I go back to the story, something has come to mind and I can go on with the writing. Usually a new turn of events will come to mind - something that originally I hadn't even envisioned but which now makes perfect…See More
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Spotlight Interview with Author Nolah Reed

Posted by SpotlightInterviews on June 23, 2013 at 9:21pm 7 Comments

Q1: Thanks for participating in our Authors.com Spotlight Interview series, Nolah! Please introduce yourself and your book to help our readers get to know you. 

Hi, I'm Nolah Reed, a newcomer to Authors.com. I'd like to…

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We're a fantastic community. Sometimes we need to and do address issues that are brought to our attention to keep it that way.

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Building A Support Network of Fellow Authors: who's the enemy?

Posted by Authors.com on May 13, 2011 at 12:52pm 27 Comments

Experienced authors know that finishing your book does not mean you've finished your work by any means. It's just beginning. If you want to keep your enthusiasm alive, build lasting friendships and even possibly rack up more sales, knowing how to…

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Outlining vs. Freewriting. What are your thoughts?

Posted by Katie McKnight on May 5, 2013 at 9:55pm 22 Comments

Characters are dominating your thoughts, your fingers are itching to type and the beginning of a great story fills your computer screen.  Then...silence. You reach that point in your story where your characters take a coffee break and you are…

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