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March 8, 2017 No Comments Uncategorized Lynneklippel

8 Tips for a DYI Writing Retreat

Writing retreats have been on my mind lately.  I am preparing to lead a group of writers on a retreat ...
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Breaking Barriers to Book Marketing

Book marketing: Just hearing those words can strike terror into the hearts of new authors.  Book marketing can seem mysterious, ...
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Tips for Writing Faster

Slow down and get organized. If you are in a hurry to finish your book, you can easily become overwhelmed ...
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Don’t Break Copyright Law

Whether you are publishing an eBook or a print book, you are probably wondering about copyrights. Authors are rightly concerned ...
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7 Ways to Cure Title Trauma

Selecting the right title for your book can be extremely challenging.  Whether you are writing non-fiction, fiction, or poetry, if ...
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Writing During Tense Times

This is a tense week.  People on all sides of the political debate in the US, and even people in ...
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3 Ways to Show Gratitude to Your Readers

It’s Thanksgiving week, and I want to thank you for being part of my family!  I was thinking about gratitude ...
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A Book Launch to Watch…and Learn From

There’s a book launching today that is taking the internet world by storm.  It’s one of the best book launches ...
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Future Trends in Digital Publishing

Angela Collins is a design student from Australia who did extensive research on what we can expend in digital publishing ...
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A Surprising Block to Writing…and 3 Ways to Fix it Fast

Many of my clients face the same problem.  I had it for years too, but never knew.  The problem kept ...
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Curing the Author Inferiority Complex

Have you been plagued by AIC- Author Inferiority Complex? AIC rears its ugly head when you least expect it: The ...
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New Amazon Options and Rules

Once again, Amazon.com is shaping the book market with innovation.  They have just released two new enhancements that you must ...
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5 Ways to Write Faster and Better This Fall

It's fall and everyone is thinking about all the writing that did not get done during the summer.  LOL Here ...
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The Trucker and the Artist

I know several professional trucker drivers.  I am in awe of the way they can maneuver those huge trucks into ...
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Who is the Villain of Your Book?

Every book needs a hero and a villain, even non-fiction ones. A while back I wrote a blog post about ...
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Who’s the Hero of Your Book?

Who’s the Hero of Your Book? Every book, even non-fiction ones, has a hero. Yet, most non-fiction writers are not ...
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Stuck in the Writing Wasteland?

In last week’s training call we talked about the 12 stages of the Author’s Journey. Step 6 is one that ...
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The Author and the Hero’s Journey

Last week I was doing some research on Joseph Campbell and his famous Hero’s Journey. Campbell studied the great myths ...
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The Measure of Author Success

It is a gorgeous clear day here in Ecuador and I'm sitting on my front porch writing and thinking about ...
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