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Tag Archives: Dean Koontz
Gotcha Blurbs: Easy and Fun To Write
By Sharla Rae Readers choose a book in one of three ways: They like the author, it was recommended or they read the back cover blurb. After people-watching in Barnes & Noble, I’d venture to say most books are chosen … Continue reading
Descriptions That Pack A PUNCH!
By Laura Drake Isn’t it weird, where you find the ideas for blogs? I never miss Gene Lempp’s Blog Treasures (and you shouldn’t either)! This week, I found another gem there: Catie Rhodes’ Writing Lessons from Song Lyrics. Go check it out … Continue reading
Developing Your Unique Writing Voice
Welcome to the first installment of Sensational Summer Fridays! We’ll be finishing up each week with a stellar post to help you through those long Summer weekends of writing, starting off with the amazing Kristen Lamb. In addition to being renowned … Continue reading
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