Writer’s Tips – Do’s and Don’ts of Novel Writing, Get Published, Plagiarism-Checker Tools

Welcome to this week’s and this year’s last edition of Writer’s Tips. This edition includes some choice articles for authors in particular with some excellent information as always from Anne R. Allen, Doris Heilmann of 111 Publishing shares 3 great tools to check for plagiarism, and Brigid Gallagher share some great insights on how to get our books featured on Publisher’s Weekly.

 

 

Anne R. Allen offers some helpful information on the Do’s and Don’ts of writing a novel – first paragraphs, when to break the rules and more!

Writing that First Chapter: 10 Do’s and Don’ts for Starting Your Novel

 

Doris Heillman of 111 Publishing has 3 great tools to share with us to check for Plagiarism

The Three Best Plagiarism Checking Tools

 

Brigid Gallagher has an excellent post for authors to get our books featured on Publishers Weekly.

https://watchingthedaisies.com/2019/11/27/indie-authors-how-to-have-your-book-listed-in-publishers-weekly/comment-page-1/#comment-19732

 

 

29 thoughts on “Writer’s Tips – Do’s and Don’ts of Novel Writing, Get Published, Plagiarism-Checker Tools

  1. Hi Debby – one day I might need those tools … but not at the moment – but I like learning about them … cheers and have a peaceful and relaxed run in to Christmas and the festive break – Hilary

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  2. Anne Allen’s item looks very helpful; bookmarked it for next year’s reference. Doris Heillman’s is scary–but the link to the top ten seemed better than the three in item. Brigid Gallagher’s article is one I’m not sure I’m ready for–marketing to publishers, libraries, booksellers or agents.

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  3. Anne’s posts always have the most inspiring, wonderful practical posts. Thank you for sharing and may you have the most blessed of Christmas’s and a most productive New Year dear friend. I appreciated all your support this past year, ❤

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  4. As always, Thank you for compiling and sharing these writer’s tips, Debby. I was mostly drawn to the last post, about getting your self-published book in Publishers Weekly. It looks like it’s worth the $149, based on Brigid’s experience! Have you ever done this, Debby?

    Happy weekend!

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