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Ink Link Roundup -the psychology of writing routines and self-publishing

Ink Link Roundup -the psychology of writing routines and self-publishing

This week’s roundup is sure to have something for every writer. Elisa is a big believer in routine, and fully appreciates the psychology of a good writing routine. But not living alone means she has to sacrifice some of the best […]

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Changing Publishing Landscape

Changing Publishing Landscape

One of the aspects of writing I think a lot on in publishing. After all, I now work on the book selling end of the industry. While before I was fixated on what it meant to be a writer, how […]

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Writing and Publishing Schedules

Writing and Publishing Schedules

One of the most helpful things, yet the most terrifying things, to do when writing is the plan. I’m not talking about character profiles and outlining scenes. I’m talking about what comes after. Beyond when things will be completed in […]

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Ask the Editor: Thoughts on Beginning Writers

Ask the Editor: Thoughts on Beginning Writers

Today I don’t have a question, per se, but a topic that has been on my mind and which I wanted to talk about. It’s the beginning writer. This will perhaps sound elitist, but when a manuscript turned up in […]

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The Rush to Publish

The Rush to Publish

We are living in a world now where it is very easy to publish a book. You can write almost anything, any length, with any degree of editing, and upload it as an eBook. Even the eBook vendor websites have […]

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