Writer's Fun Zone by Beth Barany

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Self-Editing at the Finish Line by Kay Keppler

Your book is finished. You’ve written a first draft, and maybe you’ve revised it—maybe even several times. You wonder if it’s “finished.” It might be. You might have a perfect gem on your hands. However, you might want to take another look—a slow, careful look—after you’ve let it rest for a week or two.

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Gratitude Giveaways Blog Hop for Writers

It’s that time of year again! I’m saying thanks to you my readers of Writer’s Fun Zone, new and long-timers, by giving away, ONE signed copy of The Writer’s Adventure Guide, AND a 30-minute...

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Authors: Check Out These 21 Fan Fiction Sites By Scott Lorenz, Westwind Communications

Overview: Fan Fiction is a great way for aspiring authors to hone their craft. Amanda Hocking started out writing fan fiction and she was signed to a multimillion dollar book deal. Fifty Shades of Grey author E. L. James started writing fan fiction after she finished reading the Twilight saga, and hasn’t stopped since. Here’s a list of 21 Fan Fiction sites for authors to consider.

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Interior Monologue by Carol Malone

This material first appeared as a course within the Group Coaching Program for Novelists where Carol is an assistant mentor. Click here http://coaching.bethbarany.com/ for more information about the program where we help novelists write, edit, publish, and market their books with joy, love, enthusiasm, and smarts.

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Graphic Novel By Nevada McPherson

I’ve been writing screenplays for several years and enjoy telling stories through visual images. After storyboarding my first short film script, Route of All Evil, I decided to start creating graphic novels based on my screenplays.