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7 Awesome Tools for Bloggers, Educators and Students

By: Veronica May You do not live in a world where you have to be creative on your own. There are plenty of tools and services out there that can help you. This list features services and tools that will help bloggers, students, publishers and a few others from the creative community.  1 -Bookbridgr This is a fairly […] The post 7 Awesome Tools for Bloggers, ...

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Write Like Leo Tolstoy: In Memory of the Great Master

By:Lesley J. Vos I was struck with writer’s block once I tried to describe the role of Leo Tolstoy in the world literature. Vladimir Nabokov was probably right when he used the following method to tell his students about Tolstoy at his lectures: he closed all the curtains in the classroom and started to speak… […] The post Write Like Leo Tolstoy: In ...

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Book Review: You by Caroline Kepnes

Reviewed by: Nicole McArdle *I receive no monetary or in-kind compensation for my reviews. All opinions are my own* It’s the book that will leave you feeling the need to change your passwords and second guessing your significant other. Caroline Kepnes’ You, tells the story of twisted love in modern day; a time in which we […] The post Book Review: Y...

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How To Get Through Public Readings With As Little Pain As Possible

By: Robert Slater I spent the first 30-something years of my life as an extroverted actor, director, playwright. Over the last decade, I’ve transformed into a mostly introverted author. Recently, as I attended other authors’ readings and heard about how much stress being the center of attention in public brings them, I realized those skills of […] The p...

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Humpday Inspiration To Get You Through NaNoWriMo

Congratulations, you’ve made it halfway through NaNoWriMo! Between brainstorming, listing characters, plot mapping, daydreaming and writing it all out, you’ve gotten yourself this far. Writing is difficult. It’s not easy creating people, concocting emotions and building relationships while you’re envisioning setting, plot and meaning. To help y...

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Book Review: Betrayed by Lisa Scottoline

Reviewed by: Lydia Sheehan Quote Worthy: Betrayed, unbeknownst to me before reading the book, is the second Rosato & Associates book that Lisa Scottoline has written. Before even reading the review further, it already has bonus points for being a book that is associated with another book, and yet you don’t have to have read […] The post Book Review: Betray...

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From Calculus To Cupcakes

By: Michelle Hilton From Calculus to Cupcakes is a blog I started because I loved reading food blogs and thought, “I think I could do that.”  It is primarily a food blog and has grown from something I did just for fun when I got around to it by myself into an at least part-time […] The post From Calculus To Cupcakes appeared first on Pubslush Blog. ...

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5 Ways for Authors To Handle Bad Reviews

By: Beth Bacon All authors’ hearts break a little when negative reviews show up on their books’ sales pages. But a book with lots of reviews has real legitimacy and gives browsing shoppers a range of perspectives, making them more likely to buy it. So seeking lots of reviews is a good thing. But how […] The post 5 Ways for Authors To Handle Bad Reviews a...

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8 Thanksgiving Recipes to Make Your Mouth Water

What are your favorite Thanksgiving recipes? Tell us about them below! The post 8 Thanksgiving Recipes to Make Your Mouth Water appeared first on Pubslush Blog. ...

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