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    Great blog with lots and lots of tips about the ins and outs of writing

    A site with lots of quotes on writing and writers.

    How & Where To Get Published... Smashwords a great source for self-published authors not looking to do print...

    Body Language for Writers. A lot of them are really obvious, but some are helpful.

    HOW TO WRITE A NOVEL IN 100 DAYS OR LESS | A humble pin that has a lot cooler stuff behind the graphic than you think.

    logo Chuck Wendig is a novelist, screenwriter, and game designer. This is his blog. He talks a lot about writing. And food. And the madness...

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    "The energy of writing is so intense and internal, it sometimes makes you feel like you’re going to crumple. A lot of it happens invisibly. When you’re sitting at your desk, it looks like you’re just sitting there, doing nothing."

    How to get published: 8 authors share their stories, including how long it took from the time they began writing their book to the time they were published, whether you need an agent, and their one piece of advice for aspiring writers.

    How to Write a Book in 10 Days: 123 Quick Tips for Fast Non-fiction Self-Publishing

    How To Get Your Book Published - a set of resources that covers answers to all your questions, and provides lots of hints and tips about the publishing process from successful authors.

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    MASTER LIST of Facial Expressions for Writers! This will help you set up dialogue and show how your characters are feeling. It's also helpful if you tend to use the same expressions over and over again (which lots of us do!) #writing #description



    Self-Publishing on a Shoestring: Cover Me, Baby! | HuffPo #IndieAuthors < With this list of resources, there's no reason not to have a great cover!

    16 Observations About Real Dialogue - This is really good information. It makes a lot of sense on how to write dialogue.


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