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The Importance of Amazon Book Tags by Stacy Hoff

The conventional wisdom of the publishing industry is that authors should keep writing within one genre, and even sub-genre. That way, readers know what to expect from an author and will readily pick up the author’s next new book. The … Continue reading

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Change by Leia Shaw (and Winners Announced)

Change is hard, but often necessary. When I first started writing, I fell in love with paranormal romance. I still do love it. The action, the magic, the mystery, the adventure. It appeals to my inner child. But paranormal is … Continue reading

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What are you reading?

What are you reading this week? I’m reading Karen Rose’s Did You Miss Me? While reading it got me thinking. How I switch genres depending on the season. How about you? Do you read the same genre or does the … Continue reading

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Genre, What’s That?

So, you’ve decided to become a writer. You’ve got this brilliant idea for a novel and you’re so excited to start it officially that any free moment you have, you’ve been writing snippets of information on anything you can find … Continue reading

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