Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge

#WQWWC – Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge – “Comedy”

Hey, everybody! It's time to get your quote selected. Get your creativity groove revved up so you can come up with a creative story, poem, or whatever else you would like to share about your quote. Remember, we have a week, so there is no great hurry! Take your time and just have fun! Ronovan… Continue reading #WQWWC – Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge – “Comedy”

Writers Quote Wednesday Writing Challenge

#WQWWC Theme is “Comedy”! Cathartic or Tragic? Yes.

It's Wednesday and it's time for a challenge! And of course since this post looks odd that means it's Ronovan talking. This week I was dared to use Sensuous as the theme but all the quotes I could find were less than appropriate, although oddly enough I could apply all of them to my desire… Continue reading #WQWWC Theme is “Comedy”! Cathartic or Tragic? Yes.

Writing Tips

Using -ing Words | The Editor’s Blog

I wish there was a magic wand I could wave to correct my grammar as I continue editing my novel. How about you? Read this comprehensive article about editing and how to fix some of your mistakes. This is a MUST-READ! ❤  There's a lot of conflicting advice that tells writers to never use words… Continue reading Using -ing Words | The Editor’s Blog

Writing Tips

Breaking Down The Hero’s Journey Plot Structure (tips for fantasy & sci-fi writers) — She’s Novel

Here is one of the best discussions I have read on "The Hero's Journey." This plot structure is my favorite. Enjoy! ❤ Hello there, writers! Today, I am so excited to talk about one of my favorite writing topics: plot structure. Now I know that probably doesn't sound all that exciting, but if there's anything that's… Continue reading Breaking Down The Hero’s Journey Plot Structure (tips for fantasy & sci-fi writers) — She’s Novel

Authors Supporting Authors

“The Truth She Knew,” An Interview with the Author, Jennifer Owenby

Did you ever read a book and wonder what the motivation was behind the author who wrote it? Me too! So, I decided to contact the author, Jennifer Owenby to find more about why she wrote "The Truth She Knew." Please click HERE to read my review of this book. Here's what Jennifer Owenby had… Continue reading “The Truth She Knew,” An Interview with the Author, Jennifer Owenby

Authors Supporting Authors

Let’s Talk About #BookReviews Day 3 #wwwblogs

What an excellent look at the book review process! ❤️

Rosie Amber

August is “Write a book review on Amazon” month and I’m helping support this with a series of book reviewing themed posts.

Make an Author's Day

Most author’s understand the value of  book reviews, our real challenge is reaching the average book reader, for whom writing a book review is not a high priority.

Writing that bookreview – Rosie’s own Point of View. **WARNING – we’re going in deep**  Don’t feel shocked, below are lots of points to consider, but only use a selection in a book review. Otherwise you’ll feel out of your depth.
rosie gardening
So when I wrote my very first book reviews they were only about a couple of lines long. (Good news: Amazon now accepts really short reviews) I would finish a book, think about what I’d read but I only remembered bits especially if I’d read the book over a week or two. I might write something like this “I really liked…

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Authors Supporting Authors

Building Your Book’s Front Matter

Great explanation of how to set up your E-book for publication. Many thanks to Jo Robinson! ❤

Lit World Interviews

I’ve always loved long introductions in the front matter of the books of my favourite authors. Not sure if it’s just me, but finding out more about them, their lives and thoughts has inspired me since I first started reading. What I don’t love so much these days is those same long introductions in the front matter of eBooks. I still want to read them, but I also want to be able to see the first ten percent of a book I might want to buy with a bit of the beginning of the actual story in it. It’s fine in a print book, but best in the back of an eBook with a hyperlink to it from the table of contents. Pages and pages of excerpts and reviews in the front of digital books equally get up the nostrils of potential readers “looking inside”.

The wonder of self-publishing means…

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Colleen's Weekly Poetry Challenges

Word Written in Verse – A Haiku

The Ronovan Writes #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #111 words for this week are: "Rhyme & Reason." I used verse for the word rhyme and purpose for the word reason. Thanks for stopping by. See you next week, READ MORE ON SILVER’S MONTHLY FAIRY WHISPERS Sign up for my monthly newsletter where you will find… Continue reading Word Written in Verse – A Haiku