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Balancing villains means adding the counterweight to your writing.

By David Ritchie When writing fiction for young readers, you have to balance opposites. How? Create counterweights, so to speak, that keep characters and story in balance. This is why, in action stories, crafting the villain is so important. He’s the counterweight to the hero. … Continue reading

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“Wings of Freedom” is a mixture of drama, romance and history.

The novel depicts a cross-cultural romance set during the fury of British imperialism and the social-cultural divide in early twentieth-century turbulent British India. 

It’s the year 1911. King George the Fifth is due in Delhi for his coronation celebration. A devastating … Continue reading

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Easy as pie – manuscript dev, social networking, book marketing – grab your piece!

You have been writing. You want to know more about publishing. You believe marketing through the social networks is the way to go. We agree and want to help you by offering FREE services. We are your best resource for … Continue reading

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Writer/Editor Team Concept (There’s no “I” in team)

An Interview with Dennis DeRose of MoneySaver Editing Dennis is an editor associated with 10 Day Book Club. Q: Hello. Please tell us something about yourself, where you’re based, and how you came to be a EDITOR. A: My family and … Continue reading

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Net Switch

By Denise Baer “In the dead of winter, Sydney Hayes finds herself in an internet chat room in hopes of expelling her loneliness. Enchanted by a stranger, she soon finds herself caught up in an affair that spills over into … Continue reading

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Five Strategies To Help You Write Your Non-Fiction Book

By Tabitha Jayne It’s said that everyone has a Book within them waiting to be written.  I’ve known this to be true about myself since the age of ten yet it’s taken over twenty years to publish my first book. … Continue reading

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Kick IT into gear and KNOW social media.

Kick IT!  I – Internet T – technology Really, it is so easy to kick internet technology in the BUTT when you take B – baby steps, which allow you to walk with confidence when U – “U” learn the … Continue reading

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