A day in the life of Megan Lowe

by Megan Lowe A Day in the life of Megan Lowe. I’ve spoken a lot about how to be a writer, what it means to be a writer and the joys, and downfalls...

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So you ARE a writer

So you ARE a writer by Megan Lowe So you are a writer. I’ve said before that writing when it’s going well is one of the best things in the world. I didn’t...

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Finding Your Voice

Finding Your Voice by Megan Lowe Finding your voice. Your voice as a writer is probably the most important thing. This is how you’ll deliver your words to the world. But how do...

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So You Want to be a Writer

So You Want to be a Writer by Megan Lowe So you want to be a writer. So you want to be a writer. If you’re anything like me it isn’t a want...

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Authors Helping Authors

Last night, I was talking with a friend who knew an author who managed to land a TV interview. I was so impressed, so jealous, until he revealed to me an ugly truth...

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Jas T. Ward Is Challenging Amazon’s ‘Big Brother’ Review Policy

An amazing author named Jas T. Ward has decided to take on Amazon and has challenged their review policy with a campaign on Change.org that already has more than 11,000 signatures, mine included. I...

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EXPLAINING WHERE YOUR IDEAS COME FROM

EXPLAINING WHERE YOUR IDEAS COME FROM by Linda Maria Frank One of the most common questions folks ask authors is where we get our ideas. Recently I received a packet of letters from...

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Role of Themes in Fiction

Role of Themes in Fiction by Ammar Habib I recently had my first novel, Dark Guardian, published through a traditional publishing company (The Zharmae Publishing Press) this past August. My background is that...

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How to write a Suspenseful Alfred Hitchcock thriller

How to write a Suspenseful Alfred Hitchcock thriller by Tony Lee Moral As the author of three books on Alfred Hitchcock, it’s fair to say that the Master of Suspense has been a...

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WHY is Sex So Hard (no pun intended…)?

WHY is Sex So Hard (no pun intended…)? by Leslie McKelvey Is it just me, or is writing sex scenes difficult (I almost wrote HARD again)? I mean, seriously, most adults have sex....

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Overcoming Procrastination as a Writer

Overcoming Procrastination as a Writer by Alicia J. Love Did you know that the average typing speed is 35 words per minute? As an author, I know that this is just data entry,...

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Genre Games: The Differences Between Writing Mystery and Suspense

Genre Games: The Differences Between Writing Mystery and Suspense by Kim Cresswell Even though mystery is an element found in almost every genre…what if there weren’t bad guys to catch or secrets to...

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