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Reading for Writers: Writing About the Virtual World
Published on Wednesday, July 14, 2010 by Hedda’s Hot Picks - Reading for Writers Well, I am trying to get back into the blog routine again after a several week hiatus while selling my belongings, sorting what’s left and packing up to move. I have missed all my virtual writing friends and activities. I won’t be back up to speed yet for awhile but I want to get some blog posts out to you all. I kno...
Reading for Writers – Free Ebooks for Writers
Published on Sunday, May 23, 2010 by I have run across several helpful ebooks in recent months on various sites and blogs and so I set out to find out how many there might be available. Since we are all struggling writers and need advice on the cheap, what could be better than FREE! I have downloaded all the books that I am going to refer to and all are available at the present time but I wouldn’t wait...
News and Notes from the 2010 TMCC Writers’ Conference
Published on Tuesday, May 11, 2010 by Sheree Bykofsky, a literary agent, (www.shereebee.com) presented the following: Six Key Characteristics of a Successful Author 1 - PERSEVERANCE!!! 2- Keen sense of market - Know what’s hot, what readers want. Do your research using publications such as Publisher’s Weekly or go to actual bookstores and notice what is up front. Look at bookstore categories and se...
Reading for Writers: Young Adult (YA): Hottest New Category for Reading and Writing
Published on Friday, May 7, 2010 by “Reading for Writers” Recently I attended a writing conference in Reno, Nevada where an agent for children’s and YA spoke about the upswing in interest in books for the Young Adult age group. Young adult girls are big buyers and especially enjoy series books. Of course we all know what series they are reading. The Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer is still a...
Spotlight on Second Life® Non-Fiction Authors
Published on Sunday, April 11, 2010 by It’s now time to have a look at our Second Life® non-fiction authors. We have some great people aka avatars writing non-fiction in Second Life®. First I want to introduce Flint Rodas aka Vivake Pathak who has an amazing book entitled God and Destiny:The Supreme Knowledge (2009). Pathak states in his book the theorem of destiny as; Whatever has to happen in the ...
Reading for Writers: Spotlight on Second Life Fiction Authors
Published on Sunday, April 4, 2010 by Hedda’s Hot Picks “Reading for Writers” by Hedda Hazelnut This week ‘s post will spotlight some of the fiction authors in Second Life (SL). To start I want to introduce you to a great new venue. A week ago Metaverse Books in SL held its grand opening. You can visit at the following slurl. http://slurl.com/secondlife/Market%20Truths/111/213/33 Here you will ...
Reading for Writers: Historical Fiction
Published on Tuesday, March 23, 2010 by Hedda’s Hot Picks Reading for Writers This week I will be talking about historical fiction. Now as with many genres it seems there are many subsections such as historical romance, historical fantasy, or historical mystery. I won’t get into the definitions of historical fiction genres here but I will instead talk about good books to read! One of the top book...
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