Posts Tagged "Tips"


During this Hangout Gaby Robbins, Morgan Wylie, and I (Kallie Ross) are discussing all the avenues we seek (and will be seeking) help with writing this year. Conferences, webinars, articles, writing groups… Maybe one of them can help you write more words in 2015! The following are links to specific websites we mention during the show. Writer’s Digest Free Webinars: http://www.writersdigest.com/free-book-webinars The...

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Distractions and excuses have no place in 2015. Whether it’s laundry, grading papers, gabbing girlfriends, or a new episode of my favorite show I’m striving to implement the opposite of my norm. Instead of putting off writing, I plan to write and put off ALL (ok, most of) the things that make me feel guilty about not finishing the next chapter or writing a relevant blog post. This is great news for readers, because I plan...

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This week Gaby Robbins, Morgan Wylie, and I are talking about the importance of subplots within the main plot of our novels. If you’re curious about what we think, and/or how we plan to approach subplots in our novels watch our hangout below.   Take a look at some of the tools we used to learn more about and help us with our subplots… Example from Harry Potter Series: Articles that will be helpful: 7 Ways to Add Subplots...

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*And, these are some of my favorite purdy faces we made this week!* The second #LoveWriteCreate Hangout has been posted for your viewing pleasure! It is a week filled with laughs, writing tips, and NaNoWriMo madness! Watch it now… #LoveWriteCreate Hangout #2 ~We discuss our NaNoWriMo progress, and ultimate goals for the month of November! ~Whether the month turns out the word count or not, we talk about tips to keep you writing...

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We are a week away from Book Expo America, and I thought it would be fun to share some bits of wisdom that I’ve acquired over the last few years.  If you’re reading this post, you have already made plans to attend BEA, or you are thinking about attending in the future.  I feel sorry for those of you that fit into the latter category, because that means you have to wait a whole year for BEA ’14! Let’s start with...

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