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The Thirteenth Tower by Sara Snider.  Sara brings an excellent discussion to KCross Writing: is it worth it to send your book to Kirkus Reviews?

The Thirteenth Tower by Sara Snider. Sara brings an excellent discussion to KCross Writing: is it worth it to send your book to Kirkus Reviews?

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33 Authors Gave Us Their Best Advice On Writing

Screenwriting inspiration

Ken Follett advice - works for many writers, some others like to discover the story as they go along - also, sometimes the story can deviate from the outline on its own,if you let it grow organically.

1) Active social media profile links I’m not interested in links to social media sites they’re not active on. What’s the point? But if they freakin’ love Twitter and they’re on there all the time…

5 Things I Like to See on an Author’s Website

1) Active social media profile links I’m not interested in links to social media sites they’re not active on. What’s the point? But if they freakin’ love Twitter and they’re on there all the time…

#Cliches are everywhere, especially in #YA. Learn what's been overdone and how to avoid it or make it new. http://inkandquills.com/2015/02/04/10-worn-out-ya-cliches/

Writing a YA novel and want to avoid the typical YA cliches?Learn what's been overdone and how to avoid them to create a new style in your YA novel.

Great ideas and tips! :) How To Create An Ebook Boxset Or Bundle And Why You Should

:) How To Create An Ebook Boxset Or Bundle And Why You Should

If you've ever felt like you've struggled with the theme of the book you're writing, you are not alone. With a great infographic and a fun quiz, this article can help you become a more focused and effective thematic writer.

If you've ever felt like you've struggled with the theme of the book you're writing, you are not alone. With a great infographic and a fun quiz, this article can help you become a more focused and effective thematic writer.

The BIGGER the issue, the SMALLER you write.

The bigger the issue, the smaller you write. Remember that. You don't write about the horrors of war. You write about a kid's burnt socks lying on the road. You pick the smallest manageable part of the big thing, and you work off the resonance.

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