Category Archives: Writer’s Help

Writer Victory!—Identify Problem Areas

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Last post we talked about the first letter in our acrostic for VICTORY—voluntarily submit. I feel those of us in Western societies have a hard time with the word submit because we’ve redefined the…

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The Darn Thing Always Comes Back To Organization

Seems to me that being a writer is harder than at any other time in history. Obviously I wasn’t around when Homer, Shakespeare, Hemingway, Dickens, Verne, or Twain were writing their masterpieces, and I admit that their lives were not … Continue reading

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Why Self-Publishers Are A Traditional Publishers Best Friend

For a long time now, I’ve been listening to writers saying that traditional publishers are intimidated by self-publishing companies.  Quite frankly, it’s beginning to annoy me. What mostly annoys me is how too many of us have bought that lie.  … Continue reading


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Some Writer Help Websites

First Time Authors Pascal Marco = Thriller Chalene Lassig = Fantasy Deanne L. Joseph = Biography Nicki Elson = Women’s Fiction Writing Schools Institute of Children’s Literature Long Ridge Writer’s Group Mystery Helps … Continue reading

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