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Writing and Research Tips from Paranormal Fantasy Thriller Author Paul DeBlassie

As a writer, I am always looking for writing and research tips and today our guest author Paul DeBlassie shares some of his writing and research tips during the writing of The Unholy. About The Unholy “A young curandera, a

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Writing a Novel – 3 Myths You Should Not Believe

Many people dream of writing a novel one day. In fact, most people dream of seeing their name on the cover of a best-selling book. But when it comes to actually sitting down and writing a novel – from start

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Five Things to Remember When Writing For Children – Guest Post – Carolyn Wolfe

Do you remember your favorite books and authors that you loved as a child? What inspired you? What was the message of the story that stayed with you? Could you see yourself as the hero? Then create the kind of

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Giveaway Winner Announced – Congratulations!

We have a WINNER!  Rebecca’s Writing Services is pleased to announce the winner of the Giveaway, from author F.M. Meredith. The winner was picked from those readers that left a comment on the guest post, Lessons Learned About Book Promotion

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Five Tips for Writing a Memoir – Joan Heartwell author of Hamster Island

Fear is probably the number one obstacle that keeps popping up in front of would-be memoirists. What if so and so gets upset because I’ve written about her? What if I’ve misremembered that conversation about such and such? What if

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Thirteen Lessons – Networking, Branding, Leadership and More One Can Learn From Watching Movies

Movies are magical. They can release us from the stress of everyday life. But movies also contain valuable lessons to improve the way we do business.  In their entertaining new book, The Big Picture: Essential Business Lessons From the Movies,

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Painting a Picture of Your Character – Advice from Award Winning and Multi-Genre Author Christopher Cloud

Award-wining, multi-genre author Christopher Cloud shares how he creates characters and states that each character can be a “composite character” – a mix of personality traits, both real and imagined.  Chris Cloud:  Years ago, I read a short book titled

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Writing Your First Draft – Expert Advice from Author Barbara Kyle

How much time do you spend on writing your first draft? Do you write with or without an outline?  As Hemingway famously said, “The first draft of anything is sh*t.” Knowing that and being under contract to produce a book

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