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Today’s post is going to be on writing the beginning of your story. Now, I will admit that I am not a fan of writing the first chapter. Even with a solid outline I never start on Chapter One…
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When Should We Add the (Book) Marketing? Seth Godin points out that marketing should start at the beginning, and that's true for nonfiction authors too
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A writer reviews the long, dramatic path that eventually brought him to the success he has had today as a marketer and influencer on social media.
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THE TRUTH ABOUT MONSTERS The truth is this) every monster you have met or will ever meet, was once a human being with a soul that was as soft and light as silk. Someone stole that silk from their soul and turned them into this. So when you see a monster next, always remember this. Do not fear the thing before you, Fear the thing that created it instead, – popular memes on the site iFunny.co
Jessi of The Darling Detail blog and the My Darling Diary faith-based instagram account poses meaningful questions about the next chapter of your life.
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"He fell into despair and lost all hope... For who could ever love a beast?" -Beauty and The Beast ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• When Elle stumbled upon an ad for a stay in chef, she thought the universe had finally tipped in her favor. After graduating from culinary school, she wasn't sure what direction her life would go in... Until she met Stefan DeGramont. At first, he seemed like a cold hearted, presumptuous, egotistical asshole. As she grew to know…
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