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Writer’s Corner

Welcome to the Writer’s Corner!

In the Writer’s Corner, you can find articles specifically written for authors by authors. Both aspiring and established authors are welcome here! Topics include style, publishing, marketing, and more.

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We welcome Writer’s Corner guests posts from authors who have over 50 reviews on Goodreads or Amazon and have an overall rating of 3.5 stars or better. This is so readers can feel reassured that they are getting advice from a skilled and experienced author.

If you are an author interested in sharing your thoughts on writing fiction, please visit our About page and follow the link to our sign-up form.

 

CATEGORIES of WRITER’S CORNER POSTS

 

Social Media and Marketing

Guest Post: H.D. Smith “Does Social Proof Really Prove Anything?”

Guest Post: Ines Johnson “How I Used Instafreebie to Grow My Fan Base”

 

Editing and Completion

Guest Post: Brooke Johnson “Killing Your Darlings: Cutting Scenes from Your Novel”

Guest Post: Dawn Eastman “Future Me vs. Past Me?”

Guest Post: Lis Wiehl “Three Magic Words Every Writer Needs to Know”

 

Genres

Guest Post: Sabrina Benulis “A Great Book Genre and Why You Should Write It (Like Me)”

Guest Post: Tia Giacalone “What I Love About New Adult Fiction”

Guest Post: Chelsea Quinn Yarbro “Straddling and Jumping Genres”

 

Ideas and Inspiration

Guest Post: Lisa Kessler “Making Old Things New!”

Getting Your Writing Gears Going, Part 1

Getting Your Writing Gears Going, Part 2

Getting Your Writing Gears Going, Part 3

 

Publishing

Guest Post: Alexandra Sokoloff “10 Things You Didn’t Know About Becoming a Published Author”

Guest Post: Mitchell Hogan7 Things I’ve Learned So Far (Transforming a Smash Hit Indie Book into a Traditionally Published Series)

 

Structure, Plotting, Outlining, Pacing, Etc.

Guest Post: Andy Maslen “Wear Your Research Lightly”

Guest Post: Viola Carr “Plotting or Pantsing”

Characterization, Archetypes, Dialogue, Etc.

Guest Post: Laura Bickle “Writing the Unchosen One”

Guest Post: Stephen Woodworth “Whodunit?: Creating a Character with Criminal Profiling”

 

 

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