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Writerly Wednesdays

Miranda Talks Advertising

I’ll be honest. Advertising is my least favorite thing ever. As an author, there are certain things I enjoy a lot, like bringing characters to life and solving tricky plot problems. And nothing beats the feeling of getting a great review or opening the file from your designer to find a cover for your new […]

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Adrian’s Easy Grammar Tips: Word Mix-ups – Then v Than

Hello and Happy Easy Grammar Tips Wednesday! Adrian J. Smith is a writer and editor who has a not-so-secret love of grammar. She’s always happy to provide useful grammar tips to help writers understand and remember some of those pesky writing rules that can trip us up. Let’s bring on this week’s grammar tip! Grammar […]

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Jae’s Tips for Authors: Mastodon Tips for Sapphic Authors

Today we’re thrilled to share a Writerly Wednesday post by the fantabulous Jae. Not that we have to introduce Jae, but it seems rude not to. She’s not only a successful writer and editor but she also organizes amazing promotions for authors that readers really love and she’s an amazing ambassador for the community. We’re […]

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Cara Malone: Working with a Professional Editor

Have a finished manuscript and not sure what to do next? Maybe you’ve just finished writing 50k words for NaNo, (if so, congrats!). You may be wondering what to do with it. Today we’re lucky to have Cara Malone, sapphic author and editor, with a guest post to discuss working with an editor. Take it […]

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Cara Malone: Self-Editing Your Novel

Have a finished manuscript and not sure what to do next? Maybe you’ve just finished writing 50k words for NaNo, (if so, congrats!). You may be wondering what to do with it. Today we’re lucky to have Cara Malone, sapphic author and editor, with a guest post to discuss the crucial next step of self-editing […]

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TB’s Marketing Tip: Joint promotions

TB here to chat about joint promotions. I’m often asked how I came up with the concept for this website. Way back in 2016, I moved to Dublin for my partner’s work. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to secure a work permit, meaning I couldn’t publish anything new while residing in Dublin. The one bright point […]

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Adrian’s Easy Grammar Tips: Word Mix-ups – Patience v Patients

Hello and Happy Easy Grammar Tips Wednesday! Adrian J. Smith is a writer and editor who has a not-so-secret love of grammar. She’s always happy to provide useful grammar tips to help writers understand and remember some of those pesky writing rules that can trip us up. Let’s bring on this week’s grammar tip! Grammar […]

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