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New Release – Failing Greatly by Dan Smith

I LOVE being a book coach and editor! One of my many clients now has his #1 bestselling book listed on Amazon, Failing Greatly, Your Guide to Achieving Success after Failure by Dan Smith. Inside the book he wrote a

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Finish this Sentence – Writers are….

Finish the Sentence – Writers are…. Rebecca CamarenaRebecca is a book coach, editor, and publicist. She coaches aspiring writers, entrepreneurs, and coaches from idea or manuscript to become self-published non-fiction authors. Let YOUR book show YOUR expertise, knowledge, and passion!

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Writing Goals for August

The start of a new month is here! What stories or book will you work on, clean up, or create this month? I’ll go first! I’m revising yet again my short story titled “Spencer’s Pond.” I want the sentences shorter

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The Northeast Quarter Historical Fiction Novel Book Spotlight and Excerpt

THE NORTHEAST QUARTER SYNOPSIS Do you want revenge or do you want your land back?” Winfield, Iowa. 1918. Colonel Wallace Carson, the ruler of a vast agricultural empire, asks Ann Hardy, his ten year old granddaughter and eventual heir, to

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How Many Spaces After a Sentence

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One space or two after a sentence? This is a question that is hotly debated in writing circles. However, if you’re in favor of the two spaces after a sentence you really should think your opinion. According to Brian Klems

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Motivation Monday – Focus on the Goal in Front of You

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It’s Monday and the start of a week filled with possibilities. What are your goals today? Have you written a To-Do-List for the week? Not to worry if you haven’t written one, in fact, it might be easier if you

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Boost Your Social Media Engagement with these Simple Tips You Can Use Today

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Everyone promoting a book wants more attention on social media. We want more tweets, retweets, favorites, more likes on Facebook, more pics being shared on pinterest, and so on and so on. However, if you want more of this kind

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Got Writer’s Block?

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Maybe, I can help. As a book coach, all too often, I encounter writers who struggle to put words on the page.  Writing a book and sharing your story can be scary. Writing can be a lonely pursuit. You’re in

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Freelance Writers and Authors: Use Your Calendar to Get Inspired to Write

Use Your Calendar to Get Inspired to Write

Whether you’re busy with work, school or family it can be hard to carve out time to write. However, the more you stay away from putting words on the page, the harder it becomes to start a creative routine. It’s

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What is Onomatopoeia

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Do you ever wonder why children and adults can be entertained with comic books? In addition to the condensed story, it’s the word on the page that delight and entertain. In a fight scene in a Batman Comic, you will

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