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Why Not Think of Book Reviewers as Beta Readers?

Tweet   Who are Beta Readers? At some point in the development of your novel in progress you will benefit from the observations and opinions of writers like you who are willing to read with a critical eye. They are called Beta readers. Perhaps they form a group that is interested in the craft of […]

SuperMoon and Hashtags Fr Blogger’s Twitter Pal Daily Dec 29

Tweet 10 Science Stories That Changed The Way We Look At The World Around Us In 2013 (PHOTOS) The Power of the Hashtag (Infographic) Word2Kindle – Carol F. McKibben Free ebooks – what a READER (NOT a writer) thinks If You Like This Post, Consider Subscribing From my daily copy of Paper.li , I choose […]

Masters of the Craft – Wm. G. Tapply – The Worthy Villain

Tweet William G. Tapply is the author of about 40 books, including more than two dozen New England-based mystery novels. Hell Bent: A Brady Coyne Novel is the most recent. Tapply’s handbook, The Elements of Mystery Fiction: Writing a Modern Whodunit, is used in writing classes and workshops across the country. He has also written […]

An Ode to the King of Writerly Tools- The Thesaurus

Tweet An Ode to the King of Writerly Tools http://nyti.ms/Qa1PJ8    A cool article from the NY Times on the subject of the thesaurus. Thanks for stopping by.  I’d love to hear any comment you may have. You can share a comment below, register a reaction, or post this entry on your favorite social media website. […]

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