Category: Editing tips

Friday Writer’s Tips – Optimize Your #Amazon Pages, Twitter Tips, Paid Writing and More!

Tips for Writers

  Welcome to my Friday edition of Writer’s Tips. Every week or so I share a post with links I’ve found across my blog reading which I’ve found beneficial to my own writing and self-publishing efforts. I do believe there is something for everyone here.   Editor Jeri Walker has some wonderful tips for us […]

Writer’s Tips -7 Things To Lookout For Before Following A Blog, Loglines, Promotion Opportunies

Tips for Writers

  Today in Writer’s Tips I’m sharing a few worthy articles for bloggers and authors offering some valuable tips from blogging to book writing to editing and promotion.     Hugh Roberts with 7 helpful tips to look for before following a new blog: Source: 7 Things To Lookout For Before Following A Blog – […]

Writer’s Links: Practical Tips for #Writers

Tips for Writers

This week’s share of helpful links for writers I’ve come across in my reading.   Don’t delete your unused writing! Old manuscripts sit gathering dust in your writing archives. NYT bestseller Ruth Harris has practical tips for reviving those abandoned books, at the blog of Anne R. Allen Source: Practical Tips for Finding New Opportunities […]

Platform: Self-Publishing « Carrot Ranch Literary Community

Reblog Share

  I was invited to write for Charli Mills‘ Carrot Ranch last week on the topic of self-publishing. I was elated at the response in comments and that so many found my article helpful. I hope you all can find something valuable in it too.   Platform – Self-Publishing   How to Build a Readership […]

Writer’s Tips and Links – #Editing, #Memoir Writing, #Promotional Sites

Tips for Writers

  Tuesday tips today for writers and authors. I like to gather articles I find helpful for my own writing and love to share them here for other writers. I’m sure there’s something of value here for all writers. These articles are featured on some of the most helpful websites for writers so do check […]

Sunday Book Review – The Writer’s Lexicon by Kathy Steinemann

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

Today’s Sunday Book Review is on Kathy Steinemann’s helpful guide for writers – The Writer’s Lexicon. I highly recommend this book for all writers to keep handy on their desks right along side your dictionaries and thesauruses.     Blurb: You just read your manuscript and discovered that your characters nod like marionettes in every chapter. […]

Writer’s Links You May Find Fun and Helpful

Tips for Writers

This week’s share has some fun and interesting links writers can enjoy and be informed. A comprehensive list of Emojis you can download and use for all your correspondence, How to capture a reader’s attention, How to work with Slideshares, A printable checklist to use for revisions, and Formatting mistakes to avoid.     Do […]

My WIP, Beta Readers, Writing Friends, and Finally . . . The Cover Reveal

Celebration!

    Writing, Friends, Editing, and Cover Reveal   Many authors like to talk about their work in progress, especially when the book comes closer to being published, but I haven’t been too vocal about my latest WIP or shared much about it with anyone except a few close writing friends. So what’s so top […]

#BlogTip: An Author Website Checklist – JeriWB Word Bank

Blogging tips

  Author/editor Jeri Walker has a great post for writers with a complete checklist of what your blog/website should have to make it most efficient for readers to navigate.   #BlogTip: An Author Website Checklist by Jeri Walker In the search for potential editing clients, I visit a lot of websites. That effort has culminated […]

Do You Use ‘Text to Speech’ to Read Your Work Back to Yourself? – #Editing Tips

Editing tips

      Many of us aren’t aware of the many options that Word offers to help with our writing. Although I don’t profess to know what all the functionalities are on the Word ribbon, I was happy to learn about the ‘Read Aloud’ feature, also known as ‘text to speech’.   My friend Marcia […]

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