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How to Win the Hugo, Nebula, and World ...
Lucius

Heft:
3.21

Downloads: 21

Genre: Writing

1,350 words

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3.01
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Age of Monsters
Bob Kruger

Heft:
3.01

Downloads: 12

Genres: Games, Fantasy, General Fiction, Young Adult

153,000 words

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Thoughts on the Relationship of Character, Setting, and Viewpoint
Lucius

Heft:
3.00

Downloads: 22

Genre: Writing

12,250 words

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The Quiet Way
Robin Melhuish

Genre: Suspense and Thriller

131,000 words

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Shooting Flies with my M16
Mike Paul

Genres: Humor, Nonfiction

885 words

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Death is my Teddy Bear
Harold Gross

Genres: Fantasy, Horror

1,680 words

News & blog

Welcome, new members!

We're going to be adding new features soon. If you have writing or editing credits, feel free to contact me, and I'll set your starting reputation. Invite friends and start a workshop!

 



posted by Bob Kruger on 7/27/2013 11:41 AM PT


User Name Trouble

A few people have had trouble logging in. Try using your email address as your login. All logins will soon be replaced with your email address so that you only have to maintain that and your display name and not a third name for login.

posted by Bob Kruger on 2/2/2013 12:28 PM PT


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by Harold Gross for Think Three Times Before You Self-Publish Your Ebook

4 stars

Getting the insider's view is enlightening. And Tony is balanced and honest. I'm not sure I agree about the revolution. I think it is moving forward more than as a distraction awaiting the established publishing to catch up. My day job industry (tech writing) has already shifted to more social networking with some curation. Younger readers love the freedom and discovery of WattApp and similar approaches. I don't disagree that the established industry puts out higher quality (for which I think there will always be a market), but I am sadly coming to realize that under-30s don't seem to ... [more]

by Harold Gross for Now You See It... Now You Still See It

5 stars

I love the allusion to writing as a magic trick. Just listing a bunch of sensory information is a shopping list, not creating something in the reader's mind. Patter in magic is all about misdirection and creating illusion (not to mention allusion). The danger is being too ham handed or personally specific when applying these ideas and either hammering a dead, visual horse or losing the reader entirely. But, when done well, magic is what we do!  [more]