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When to Stop Writing by Catharine Bramkamp

When writing a book it’s easy to get carried away and want to share all the stories, all the things, but there is a time to stop writing and get ready to release your book into the world. Learn when with author and teacher Catharine Bramkamp.

Wordsmith at 60 by Keri Kruspe 5

Wordsmith at 60 by Keri Kruspe

Let’s welcome back monthly columnist Keri Kruspe as she shares with us “Wordsmith at 60.” Enjoy! *** “Dream On” – Aerosmith, 1973 Half my life’s in books, written pages Live and learn from fools...

What is Copyright? by Kelley Way 0

What is Copyright? by Kelley Way

Most everyone has heard of copyright but there’s still some confusion on what is copyright and what it protects. Read for a clear explanation from author and estate planner, Kelley Way.

Pro Tips For Shopping Used Book Fairs by Kim Lozano 1

Pro Tips For Shopping Used Book Fairs by Kim Lozano

Every new book is a new chance to learn something about writing. Hence a writer’s joy at big book sales. Editor and creative writing teacher, Kim Lozano, shares some pro strategies to be prepped for book fair season.

Third Person POV by Kay Keppler 0

Third Person POV by Kay Keppler

The POV you use to write your novel helps shape the narrative and frame the story for maximum impact. Choosing which point of use to employ and being consistent with it are challenging. For clarity on how to use POV, dive into this post by novelist and editor, Kay Keppler.