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Top 10 Tips for #NaNoWriMo – An Editor’s Perspective by @perfect_prose #MondayBlogs

I’m delighted to have special guest, Susan Buchanan, from Perfect Prose Services on my blog today. She shares her top ten tips for all the NaNoers preparing for 1st November, from an editor’s perspective. Top 10 Tips for NaNoWriMo – An Editor’s Perspective Only a day to go. On November 1st, fingers will be poised… Continue reading Top 10 Tips for #NaNoWriMo – An Editor’s Perspective by @perfect_prose #MondayBlogs

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Writing Inspiration #WritingTips #AmWriting

If you scroll down any social media feed you will find an abundance of memes with a variety of quotes – some are inspirational, some humorous, and some are very thought provoking. I share quite a few motivational quotes on my Resolution Challenge Facebook page. Not because it fits my needs – although, some days… Continue reading Writing Inspiration #WritingTips #AmWriting

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Normal Service Will Resume Shortly #MondayBlogs #AmEditing

Everyone knows how much I love social media! It’s no secret that I lurk around on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram at various times throughout the day. However, I have a manuscript to edit, and a deadline. I watch in awe as fellow writers sign off their Facebook account with a ‘love you guys, but… Continue reading Normal Service Will Resume Shortly #MondayBlogs #AmEditing

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How The Jekyll and Hyde Effect Helps My Writing #Writing

  How the Jekyll and Hyde Effect Helps My Writing as a Multi-Genre Author. If it were possible for Dr Jekyll to uphold his social standing in Victorian London, while also entertaining his ‘inner demon’, Mr Hyde, then surely it’s possible that a writer can do the same. You see, I often think of my… Continue reading How The Jekyll and Hyde Effect Helps My Writing #Writing