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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 […]

Free Book Trailer & Evolution of Author’s Voice

Tweet Compelling articles from diverse content sources the most important of which is my Twitter List of over 1000 Writer Friend followers who  have either created the articles or shared them from their perusal of the internet.  This week’s top four: How I Made My Book Trailer in One Hour, for Free   By Ellis Shuman How […]

Writer’s Platform & Achaeology Fr Larry’s Twitter Pal Daily Dec 24

Tweet From my daily copy of Paper.li , I choose four articles from diverse content sources the most important of which is my Twitter List of over 1000 Writer Friend followers. These followers have either created the articles or they have chosen them from their perusal of the internet. In any case, what results is […]

Reflections on Writing a Ten Minute Play

Tweet The Granddaddy of American Short Play Festivals As Catalyst for Action The deadline for submitting an entry for the 38th Annual Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival has come and gone. Forty finalists will be chosen by a reading panel from over 900 submissions.  The forty finalist plays will be performed live […]

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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