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Book Review: The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan

Reviewed by: Olivia Trueb *I receive no monetary or in-kind compensation for my reviews. All opinions are my own* Quote Worthy: The Blood of Olympus is the final book in the Heroes Of Olympus series written by Rick Riordan. Having read the whole Heroes of Olympus series, and Percy Jackson series, I feel that Blood of Olympus […] The post Book Review: The Blood...

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How I Wrote a Novel Online

By: Samantha Chaffin The first book I ever wrote, I scribbled onto 200 sheets of loose-leaf notebook paper when I was 12. I wrote my second book in a Word document on a desktop computer outside my mom’s laundry room. The third, I typed on a laptop while brooding in my bedroom. All three have one […] The post How I Wrote a Novel Online appeared first on Pubslu...

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Writing Techniques You Can Borrow from Famous Writers

By: Martha Simons It’s a universal truth that in order to master any skill one should learn from the best teachers. Undoubtedly, this rule can be applied to the art of writing as it is a skill that needs constant improvement. There’s no better way for becoming a better writer than reading the authors who managed […] The post Writing Techniques You Can Borro...

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7 Things Every Writer Should Be Thankful For

By: Cindy Bates Being a writer is a gift. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that if you’re a writer, you’ll get to experience all of the richness the world has to offer, especially when you’re just starting out. You may be rich in thoughts and ideas that you want to write about and share with the […] The post 7 Things Every Writer Should Be Thankful For...

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Book Review: Thoughtful by S. C. Stephen

Reviewed by: Anna Rodriguez *I receive no monetary or in-kind compensation for my reviews. All opinions are my own* Quote Worthy: The voice of an angel. Crazy friends. Messy hair. Midnight blue eyes. Kellan Kyle is the ultimate rock star. At least in his local bar, Pete’s, he is. The crowds cheer for him, women […] The post Book Review: Thoughtful by S. C. Ste...

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Literary Events Summer 2015

Looking for hot literary events this summer? Look no further as we give you what is going on for book lovers all over the country. Litquake’s Travel Writing 101 with Laura Deutsch, May 30th from 1pm to 4pm in San Fran, CA Every wanted to learn the secrets of travel writing? Get guidance from the best! Featured in Best […] The post Literary Events Summe...

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Finding Humor & Success In Divorce

Leslie Lehr, prizewinning author, essayist, and screenwriter, is the Novel Consultant for Truby Writers Studio. Her new ebooks, Wife Goes On: (Happier ever after) and Wife Goes On: Book of Laughs, follow her literary thriller, What A Mother Knows, 66 Laps, and three nonfiction books. Her essays appear in the New York Times, Huffington Post, and […] The post Fin...

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Money Gain Without The Pain

By: Karyn Beach Author of It’s About the Money Honey, a short, fun and fabulous workbook  designed to help get a handle on finances without needless stress and sacrifice. Saving money, cutting expenses, curtailing your spending habits … none of this is fun. Like most people, I looked at these things as necessary evils. “Let […] The post Money Gain Without...

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What If No One EVER Wants What I Write?

The possibility of this happening is greater than the alternate truth. In fact, writers have a greater chance of being rejected over and over than of being struck by the lightning bolt of success. As with any artistic profession, success in writing is a lot of luck, timing, and that serendipitous connection with someone who […] The post What If No One EVER Wants...

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