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Writing: 5 Kinds of Writers’ Block and How to Cure Them

Some authors claim that there’s no such thing as writers’ block, but if you’ve ever encountered it, you’ll welcome this guest post by seasoned author and writing coach Jenny Alexander, who has written scores of fiction, non-fiction and self-help books for children and adults. Drawing on nearly 25 years of experience as an author, she’s sharing here […]

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Writing: How to Keep Your Manuscripts Organised

A self-published writer’s worst nightmare: Losing all her work due to a technology glitch or computer theft. A self-published writer’s second-worst nightmare: Losing all her latest work because she can’t remember which version is current. American indie author Betsy Talbot shares her top tips for keeping drafts of self-published manuscripts organised and secure. Writing is a […]

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Writing: Past or Present Tense?

Most fiction writers will at some point ask themselves in which tense they should be framing their stories. Part of the joy of being an indie author is that the choice is yours. But which to choose? Here are some pros and cons for each approach to help you decide. These comments were harvested from […]

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