Communications Archive -- Total Takeover Tuesday– Owen &Makayla Part 2 is here! #TestWriter: Using Mailchimp (or, What the Heck am I Doing?) DIY…Writer? Review of “Accidents Happen” by Kassie Ward #MyTinderSeries: Was it Worth it? Review of “More From Dreams” by Bethanie F. Devors #MyTinderSeries: Signs That it’s Not a Match Podcast Confusion–Explained R-E-S-P-E-C-T and Tinder #MyTinderSeries: The Online Silent Period Readers: I need your reviews (and so does every other author Why Do Your Book Reviews Matter? | Lauren Faulkenberry #MyTinderSeries: Now I have to date? #MyTinderSeries: And then there’s me #MyTinderSeries: Unmatching and Judgement #MyTinderSeries: Deciphering codes (or funny takes on crazy profile stuff) Leaked Cover Reveal brings Writer’s Anxiety #MyTinderSeries: The Men of Tinder (or what the heck is this place?) #MyTinderSeries: Demographics (or, why old people shouldn’t use Tinder) #MyTinderSeries, a blog about…love? Writing approach Help me Choose a Cover (and get a sneak peek at covers!) In my reading nook The Notebook The Author Photo in a Racist, Opinionated Digital Age Writer’s Insight, Q2’18-Indie Publishing Part 2-Overwhelmed is an Understatement Writer’s Insight, Q1’18-Indie Publishing Part 1-Covers and Prep (aka editing) Black Panther: A Moviegoer’s Guide to the Moviegoer Podcasting: Tell Me What you Think? “Twenty-Four Hours of Freedom” Sequel? You decide Writer’s Insight, October: Copyright Permissions Free story Lemonade Stand: Micro-Essay Writer’s Event: Local Critique Group Meeting 10/14 Book Review: “All From Dreams-Book One” by Bethanie F. DeVors Writer’s Insight, August: Starting Over Doesn’t Mean Looking Backward Writer’s Insight July: Post #CampNaNo Vol. 2 Wanted: Writer with Armor-Thick Skin Book Marketing: A Cheap Starter Career Self-Transition: Embracing being a Writer From David Gaughran: ‘Who’s Pointing At You?’ First offering from the Story “Lemonade Stand” Some writing inspiration Writing Insight, June: Book Trailer Help (aka writing a screen script) So I’m stuck on the concept of a book trailer… Hip to be… Free Story “Lemonade Stand” Here! (Just in time for summer) Something new (aka Why Am I Scared?) – Your input needed From Book to Movie: Who would you cast? Review of “Rule Breaker” by Sienna Snow Writing Insight April: When it’s Over April Madness My first ISBN lesson, aka What’s an imprint? Book Advertising $: Where to spend them? (Part 1-Facebook) eStory Giveaway: Coupon Code Inside! Writer as Reader (and viewer): Stephanie Plum Series Writing Insight February: Congrats, Ana Spoke-SHE GOT A BOOKBUB!!!! Get a copy of “Twenty-Four Hours of Freedom” for a Review! Poetry…because I feel like it #Romance Week: Satiate your desires… for answers! It’s here! The eStory, the Novel Series Wind-down, The Fear Writing Insight-January 2017: Don’t Judge a Book by its Author-created cover My first creative published story – On sale now! Steam what. . . ? Some fiction genre terms defined Writing Insight- December: Self-Publishing-An Indie Author’s Journey Begins NaNo 2016 – The Aftermath NaNo Day 17 – Quote of the Day What a Trump Presidency Means for Writers Writing Insight November (October): NANO and Me – Day 1 Sometimes Change DOES happen KDP/Createspace v. Smashwords v. Scribd. Looking for A Few Good . . . Editors Writing Insight: September – Reading Inspiration Writing Insight: August –The Honeymoon Phase Girl On a Query Train – Another great resource The waiting and the wave How to Write the Perfect Query Letter – Query Letter Example Striving for . . .Rejection? Post Camp “Blues”? For writers (aka touting the FB Author Page and Writer’s Insight) Interviews Aren’t Just About Looking Good Climbing Up the Corporate Christmas Tree: From “Adopting James” Indie Author Day: Get involved! Writing Insight: Your Questions Answered Great Tips for Authors interested in Self-publishing Cowardice and Limitations Defining some agent terms Perseverance and Perspective Writing Career and Academic Job Frustrations Authors, Schools, and Censorship Reinvention is hard Writing Insight: Inagural Post How do you like your serials? An Ode to The City Lost in the Maze: Revising and Editing . . .Then This is for You! (A Post about Target Audiences) Great article for people beginning Career Transitions Reflections on the Journey Making a Choice: How to embrace Change during Transition Thinking too Much? When Trilogies Attack The Usual Non-suspects Appreciate your teachers this week! Literary Agent Locations The anxiety of waiting A series of sketches: From Alec Nevala-Lee Writing Teacher–Quote of the Day Dealing with Others’ Transitions While You Stand Still Milestones Starting the New Year with Old Stuff Give a Job for Christmas Career Stereotyping You need a job, not a dream It’s OK to be Angry (or anything else) After Job Loss The Value of the Stupid Character Career Transition: Inspiration Embrace Transition, Inspire Others Transition as a Theme Friendship During Transition How a Novelist sees it (or The Way Story Happens) Setbacks and being Left Behind Upcoming Novel Cut Scene – Now Available! Writers need to Retreat! A New You Great how-to guide on formatting manuscripts for submission Time Travel and Treasure Vulnerabiltity The Work of Writing Transitions in Thinking Free Speech Lives Forced transition Transition Away Forever? Necessary Change Why I don’t want to talk about Ray Rice How to deal with being Stuck Orson Scott Card on fan fiction Location Success Health(y) Transition What do we really know? Reflection Blog Post 3 (Week 5) – Does this Prove It? Bringing a Company Together through the Company Newsletter: Textual Analysis Project “‘What About Melissa?’” Reflection Blog (Week 3) Week 1 Blog -Technology forces people into jobs they love Week 6 Entry – Going toe-to-toe with “the man” Week 8 –Reflections on this course Week 8 – Commentary on Constructive Criticism Week 5 Blog Entry – Vlog and reflection Week 8 Digital Presentation Week 4 Blog Entry Week 4 -Campaign Video Week 3 Podcast “Can you hear me now?” Do I want to? (Week 3 post) Introducing Dawn Parra Signing up with Twitter R.L.Stine and Writing Serial Novel Satisfaction Is good writing generational? Target Missed Afraid of Success Window to the world from . . . A Great Article about Managing Creative People (Like Me!) A great article for those looking to publish! Left Behind to Write Critiquing Crafty creativity accomplished “10 Things You Must Give Up to Move Forward” What do you do when you lose your mind? “Fifty shades of Writer Frustration” Creative Writing Career. . .unfulfilled? Do we open the “Stable Job” door? Eating chicken and political statements Ears and other body parts Writers are crafty people Idiocy Anger and Krispy Kremes Voids What do you feel? The language of marriage Writers writing about writers A great organization to support I agree with Stephen: Stephanie Meyer can’t write. Grammy Show gets it right: Less Awards, More Show Excerpt from my novel Jay vs. Conan vs. common sense? A truthful look at the wonderful and neglected African-American woman Congrats, President Obama! Jon+Kate+8=boredom Healthcare = opportunity for control? “Tell them that it’s human nature…” What happens if true journalism dies? 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