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  • Thoughts On E-Publishing by Alex Drinkwater, Jr. 1/14/2011 7:09:54 AM
    My novel "The Ghosts of Hanoi" was published as an ebook (electronic book for those of you unfamiliar with the term) on Smashwords.com, which means buyers can pay about $5 and then download a copy and read it on their computer. It is also available ... more

  • "Oh where, oh where do I place the question mark?" by Connie Vines 1/8/2011 3:20:24 PM
    Question Mark Placement in Dialogue Q: When writing dialog where one character poses a question to another, where do you place the question mark? Does it go inside the quote mark or at the end of the entire sentence? –Jessica M. A: ... more

  • The "can" or "may" Conundrum by Connie Vines 1/6/2011 8:47:52 PM
    Is it "Can I" or "May I"? Q: I still occasionally have to stop and think about the “can” and “may” conundrum. Could you explain the differences once and for all? —Brian M. A: “Can” and “may” have distinct differences. “Can” express... more

  • The genesis of a novel - the first 6 days by Joel Arnold 1/4/2011 2:16:11 PM
    I got the idea for the novel that eventually became Northwoods Deep all the way back in 1995 when I was working in Yellowstone National Park. I wanted to write a straight-forward horror novel. Previous to that, I had written a couple novels that jump... more

  • Searching for Truth - Characterization by Joel Arnold 12/16/2010 9:06:37 AM
    What makes interesting characters in fiction? What makes you fall in love with a character so much that you're bummed when the novel ends - so it feels like you're losing a good friend or a delightfully memorable adversary? Is it their quirks? Is it ... more

  • Prices Slashed at Amazon for Secrets Unraveled by J. J. Michael 12/16/2010 8:29:35 AM
    eBooks may great holiday gifts, you don't have to wrap them or worry about shipping. You get them immediately. You can now purchase the print version of Secrets Unraveled at a discount price at Amazon.com and the eBook in the Kindle store. Don't have... more

  • Another busy morning at the computer by Michael Madden 12/4/2010 2:58:27 AM
    Peak Sports Cricket League Dinner, Manchester Christmas Markets, Amazon Search Inside, Whaley Bridge Cricket Club Newsletters.... more

  • Flies, Flies, Spam, and Flies by Joel Arnold 12/3/2010 12:13:45 PM
    I went on a 7 day, 120-mile canoe trip down the Namekagon and St. Croix Rivers (bordering Minnesota and Wisconsin) when I was 14 or 15 years old with a friend and his dad and uncle. We paddled about 20 miles a day, setting up camp each evening, and a... more

  • Naivete and the Young Writer by Joel Arnold 12/2/2010 9:33:36 AM
    I was planning to write an entry on the naivete of younger writers - about how it's important to experience experience experience life to bring wisdom and truth to their writing. I do think that's true to a point. But... But a... more

  • To all my friends on AD. by lili dauphin 12/2/2010 2:13:27 AM
    I am back, my friends. I know you all missed me deeply. I missed all of you as well. I am so glad to be back. Let me know of your progress, your new endeavors. We have so much to talk about. Let's make up for my long absence. Hope to hear from you. ... more

  • 10 Facts About My First NaNoWriMo by Cheryl Carpinello 12/1/2010 8:09:09 PM
    It's December 1st, and November and my first NaNoWriMo are behind me. Definitely an enlightening experience and more. Having been asked not too long ago what my passion in life was, I would now have to say that Learning is my passion. The fa... more

  • For Writers looking for some Adventure by Joel Arnold 12/1/2010 5:04:40 PM
    Here are some neat opportunities for writers - Natl' Park residencies, a trip to the North Pole, etc!... more

  • Nickum's Nook by Mary Jo Nickum 11/25/2010 11:13:42 AM
    Check out my new blog, Nickum's Nook: http://mjnickum-nickumsnook.blogspot.com/... more

  • Story Acceptance: Doorknobs, Issue 60 by j.d. daniels 11/17/2010 8:06:03 AM
    Thanks to the editors... more

  • WritersReaders.com Blog by Jerry D Simmons 11/15/2010 2:21:19 PM
    Writing Comes First Many times first time writers approach me with questions about marketing, publishing and even distribution before their manuscript is complete. There is nothing wrong with asking the questions but the answers would be for... more

  • Writing Today by j.d. daniels 11/15/2010 2:17:28 PM
    Rewriting... more

  • Rudiments by Joel Arnold 11/11/2010 12:23:36 PM
    I played drums in my high school and college days to earn a little extra cash on weekends. But before getting to that level, I had to learn my rudiments; rather monotonous exercises that you repeat over and over again until you can practically play t... more

  • Newer Blog by Kacie Rahm 11/7/2010 11:57:48 PM
    Hey guys, my livejournal has for the most part been abandoned. Please check out kaciesays.blogspot.com... more

  • Prairie Wolf Press: A New Home by j.d. daniels 10/27/2010 4:10:46 AM
    Prairie Wolf Press has a new home.... more

  • Call for Submissions by j.d. daniels 10/10/2010 4:55:40 AM
    Submissions taken until November 30th.... more

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