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Which Half of Your Promotion is Wasted?

Which Half of Your Promotion is Wasted?by Guest Blogger

Gust Blog by Callie Browning, author of The Shadow Guardian: Lost Dreams As Joe Wanamaker once famously said, “Half of my advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don’t know which half.” Cut to 2014, and this writer has realized that he said a mouthful. I promoted my book, The Shadow Guardian: Lost Dreams on […]

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Write the Good Fight: Combat in the Theatre and Fiction

Write the Good Fight: Combat in the Theatre and Fictionby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by C.C. Humphreys, author of The Blooding of Jack Absolute There are many similarities between choreographing a fight for the stage and for the page. They are both, in a way, ‘conversation by other means’. They should be all about ‘character in action’: reveal something of those we are following. Give us some […]

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Guest Blogging Etiquette for Authors

Guest Blogging Etiquette for Authorsby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Kara Leigh Miller, author of The Georgia Corbins Currently, I’m in the middle of two very large, simultaneous blog tours. I can’t tell you how many guest posts I’ve written or how many interview questions I’ve answered. My creative well is bone dry. In addition, I’m hosting several authors on my personal […]

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How I Went from 1,000 Words a Day to 7,000 Words a Day

How I Went from 1,000 Words a Day to 7,000 Words a Dayby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Sophie Hill, author of Summer Girl Hi, I’m Sophie Hill, author of the New Adult romance “Summer Girl.” I’m super excited to be a featured author here! Today I’m going to write about a subject near and dear to my pocketbook, which is: The Need For Speed There’s a truism for authors […]

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Getting in the Mood: Put Your Inner Martha Stewart to Work

Getting in the Mood: Put Your Inner Martha Stewart to Workby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Lissa Trevor, author of Spank Me, Mr. Darcy Writers are a creative bunch. But sometimes we need to jump start the creativity a bit.  We need to flip a switch from our left brain to our right brain, so we can stop analyzing the sentences we’ve just wrote and start synthesizing them […]

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“What If?” is a Powerful Tool

"What If?" is a Powerful Toolby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Kathryn Leigh Scott, author of Down and Out in Beverly Heels During Q & A at book signings, I’m sometimes asked, “How do you get your ideas?” Well, we all have ideas for stories to tell, and everyone has a book or two in them that they would like to write. But […]

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How to Create a World That Will Grab Your Reader

How to Create a World That Will Grab Your Readerby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Liv Rancourt, author of Forever and Ever, Amen Thanks very much for having me as a guest here at LoveRomancePassion. I love writing paranormal romance, and in this post I wanted to talk a little about how to create a world that will draw your reader in. Worldbuilding is a tricky thing, […]

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Self-publishing: Have a Game Plan

Self-publishing: Have a Game Planby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by K. Victoria Chase, author of Alejandro When I was ready to publish my fifth novel, I knew I had to do it myself. There are a host of reasons why authors should self-publish, but many still believe it’s an impossible undertaking. Let me make a molehill out of that mountain. As with […]

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