Hello fellow bloggers, writers, and readers, As a writer, we all have our favorite tools, so, I want to share some of mine with you all. Of course, I’m still learning tons as I journey through my writing. If you have any tools, sites, or gadgets you’d like to share, I would love to hear… Continue reading Favorite Tools as a #Writer
Congrats to Karen on her new book! Help me celebrate her today!
INTRODUCING MY MOST RECENT PUBLICATION…LEARNING ABOUT AUTISM: ONE MOTHER’S JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY AND LOVE. A CHARTER SCHOO, TEACHING METHODS, & RESOURCES.
Carol Tucker travels the road of autism and cerebral palsy with her adopted son, Justin, now a young man who has routinely astounded physicians with his achievements. She is a special education teacher, recognized leader and children’s advocate, and one of the founders of Florida’s first charter school for autism, where she served as director. Through photos and stories, bestselling author Karen Ingalls shares Carol’s journey, then offers a wealth of resources, teaching methods, school choices, financial-aid options, and unique insights into how one very determined mother and her family continue to rise above many daunting challenges to thrive and find happiness.
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Hi SEers! Denise here to talk about the last step before releasing a book—editing. Authors put a lot of time, work, and love into their words. They go over their manuscripts several times, have beta readers, and critique groups to offer suggestions. Then, there’s another read-through catching those tiny mistakes. Is it ready to release? […]WRITING… Continue reading WRITING AND EDITING — Story Empire
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Hi SEers, it’s John with you again. As you know from some of my past posts, I’m always trying to think of ways to suggest staying motivated as a writer. It’s not that I believe writers aren’t motivated, but sometimes our attention gets drawn to other things, and we have to get back on track. So, again today, I’m going to give a few ideas on how to get that motivation moving if it becomes stalled. I will admit some of these ideas are really “out there somewhere,” but if you just roll with it, maybe it can help. By the way, these ideas are for those times that the motivation isn’t part of a deep-seated problem but for when you just dread sitting down to write. Mostly they are played for laughs but hey, maybe if you need it, one would work. Okay, here…
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I heard you gasp. But I also saw you nodding your heads. We all know this, right? We’ve all had it happen – that moment when a scathing review shows up. Famous mainstream authors like Tom Clancy and James Patterson get one-star reviews. Tom Clancy’s novel, The Stand has almost 5,000 reviews and yes, some […]Guess… Continue reading Guess what Authors – Not everyone is going to love your book! — Writing and Music