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Prepping for NaNoWriMo 2015?

I’m in the process of prepping for NaNo next month. Lots of outlining is going on. I’m pretty excited about it for two reasons. My first reason for being excited is because I’ve outlined not only the first book in

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High Concept – Write YOUR Book

The idea of high concept has been around a while. It makes us sit up and take notice. From high concept noun 1. popular appeal high-concept. (as modifier): Baz Luhrmann’s high-concept Romeo and Juliet     I have to

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Revision – What is it good for? Books that help.

As many of you know I have a classroom visit coming up where I’ll be discussing revision and it’s importance.I thought I’d take a minute today to show you some of the books I use during my revision process. Some

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The Professional Indie Author Toolkit

School is fast approaching, for some it may have already started! As an Indie Author I’m doubly excited. This year I’ll not only be doing the full-time writing thing, but I’ll also begin doing some school visits with my middle

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One Lovely Blog Award

First off I am very bad at blog chains. I even hated chain letters as a kid. Oh, they fascinated me. Imagine the same letter being seen by all those people, in one long imaginary chain. The concept is cool,

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Indie Life -Using WordPress to create a professional brand

Welcome to my first Indie Life post! I originally wrote this post last month for the Writer’s Guide to Epublishing (WG2E), and feel it’s worth passing on to you if you’re looking to update your website in the near future.

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Available Now

Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble! Gangsterland 1920's mystery GANGSTERLAND When Jonathan Brooks moves in with his dad, he's sure his life has hit bottom. Until the local bully causes him to discover an unusual skill: Jonathan can disappear into a book. The book requires him to solve a crime, rescue the girl and save himself...all before the final page.      

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