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    From Authors to Authors: Writer’s Guide to World-building

From Authors to Authors: Writer’s Guide to World-building

Hello all and welcome to a new post in the blog’s From Authors to Authors series. Author Anna Butler is back with an in-depth guide to world-building. So grab a snack and read on. I’d also recommend a notebook, cause you’ll want to jot down these amazing tips! I’m delighted Alina’s asked

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    From Authors to Authors: Writing Sex Scenes

From Authors to Authors: Writing Sex Scenes

Hello all and welcome to a new installment of From Authors to Authors! We have a hot topic today – writing sex scenes – brought to you by the amazing author Clare London. So get a cold drink, and let’s dive right into it 😀 Writing Sex Scenes – Tips and Ideas for

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    From Authors to Authors: Pen Names, Why and When?

From Authors to Authors: Pen Names, Why and When?

Hello everyone and a happy Saturday to you! Our From Authors to Authors series is back with a post on pen names, when to use them and why, from the brilliant Aimee Brissay. So tag along to find out everything about authors and their pen names. Pen Names – Why and

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    From Authors to Authors: Five Tips for New Indie Authors

From Authors to Authors: Five Tips for New Indie Authors

Welcome to a new installment in the From Authors to Authors series! Today, author Jeffery Craig has five tips for new indie authors. If you’re starting out, you’ll find these tremendously helpful. And if you’re a seasoned author, you should take a look anyway, make sure you’re not missing out on anything! What

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    From Authors to Authors: On Story Arcs or How Watching Too Much TV Helps Me Write

From Authors to Authors: On Story Arcs or How Watching Too Much TV Helps Me Write

Hello all and happy Saturday! Our guest for today’s From Authors to Authors post is author Alex Jane who is talking about story arcs. Let’s read the post and see what we can learn from it. On Story Arcs or How Watching Too Much TV Helps Me Write I know nothing

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    How to Avoid Writing Slumps – Practical Tips for Authors

How to Avoid Writing Slumps – Practical Tips for Authors

Are you staring at your computer screen and can’t bring yourself to type one single word? If you’re in a writing slump or have a serious case of the writer’s block, you’re in safe hands. There are dozens of articles covering tips and tricks on how to get out of

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    From Authors to Authors: Who’s Singing Your Song? Point of View in Writing

From Authors to Authors: Who’s Singing Your Song? Point of View in Writing

Hello everyone and welcome back to a new post in our From Authors to Authors series. Anna Butler is back with a piece on point of view in writing. Stay tuned for this week’s amazing post highlighting the ins and outs of POV. Point of View in Writing – Who’s Singing Your Song?

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    Author Problems: Too Many Ideas to Write

Author Problems: Too Many Ideas to Write

Authors spend a lot of time feeding themselves with whatever triggers them to be inspired, in a quest to get an idea for their next book. It’s a constant effort of reading, watching things, finding inspiring places, making sure all your quirks are met, and so on. When all this

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    From Authors to Authors: Writing Wrong Turns and Runaway Characters

From Authors to Authors: Writing Wrong Turns and Runaway Characters

Welcome all to a new installment of our From authors to authors series. Today, Layla Dorine will talk to us about writing wrong turns and runaway characters. Enjoy! I’d like to think we’ve all had those moments when a character takes over and everything you thought you knew about the plot

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    Author Problems: The Dreaded No Writing Day

Author Problems: The Dreaded No Writing Day

I started 2017 writing. Literally. I woke up on January 1st, tired from the New Year’s Eve party, opened my work in progress file and typed some words. It wasn’t much. 142 words for my Sky and Storm story. But it was the first day in months where I’d written,

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