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The Power of Description with Kerri-Leigh Grady

Think back to high school—I know, it’s a painful journey, but I promise we won’t stay long—and the books we were assigned to read, discuss, and evaluate. Think about the classics of American literature, from Nathaniel Hawthorne to Aldous Huxley. Think back to the experience of reading those stories, especially compared to the popular fiction …
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The Joy of Group Projects – Creating an Anthology By Susanne Bellamy

Group projects, from short story or novella anthologies through to continuing series pose challenges as well as offering great rewards. This article presents key planning elements and how to approach a group project to make the experience work positively for contributors and broaden readership bases. From choosing the right partners to uploading final documents, thorough …
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How I became a self-published Romance Author by Joanne Dannon

Dear friends I’m very excited to be a part of this fabulous community and want to thank Leslie and RJ for inviting and welcoming me to write a monthly column. There are plenty of wonderful posts by authors sharing their knowledge so I’ve decided to focus on my journey from newbie to self published romance …