Posts Tagged ‘reblog

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Oct
19

PorterGirl 4 – Footsteps of the Templar – OFFICIAL LAUNCH — Lucy Brazier

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19
Oct
19

Would you visit the Winchester mansion? — ontheedgeofeverything

Would you hang out there? Why not? (Comments disabled here; please visit the original post.)

Halloween is my favourite annual holiday by a mile. Likely due to my fascination in all things creepy, Halloween and all its spookiness make me very happy, and throughout the Fall months, my interest in the paranormal becomes heightened, if you will. And, because it’s the season of scariness, I’ve been reading my book, Ghost […]

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17
Oct
19

Does Your Story Need More Tension? — A Writer’s Path

In case you slept through your high school or college lit classes, here’s a snazzier bit of discussion about dramatic irony; something you probably have been using and would recognize, just didn’t know the fancy description for. (Comments disabled here; please visit the original post.)

by Allison Maruska Have you read a story where the character knew everything that was going on and merely went through a checklist to solve the problem? I certainly hope not, because that would be boring as hell.

via Does Your Story Need More Tension? — A Writer’s Path

14
Oct
19

A guide to handling anxiety — ontheedgeofeverything

Struggling with some anxiety? So are others, and they have some tips to share. Check it out! (Comments disabled here, please visit the original post.)

Allow me to put this simply: anxiety sucks. It sucks a lot, actually. And as much as it sucks, it’s equally debilitating, making it pretty challenging to deal with at times. I have Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and I’ve been dealing with anxiety since I was in high school. I’m certainly not an expert when it […]

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14
Oct
19

Cirsova Magazine is Open for Submissions! Oct 14th-28th — mishaburnett

For those looking to submit, this might be helpful info: (Comments disabled here; please visit the original post.)

Originally posted on Cirsova: Cirsova Publishing is now accepting submissions for our flagship magazine, Cirsova Magazine of Thrilling Adventure and Daring Suspense! We’ll be looking to acquire roughly 150k words of fiction to publish in 2020. Our submission guidelines can be found here; please be sure to read them carefully before submitting. Some additional suggestions…

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07
Oct
19

Creative Solutions for the Modern Writer — Entertaining Stories

Including info like how to use Tarot cards to help with plot development, this looks to be an interesting read from an interesting individual. Check it out, why don’t you? (Comments disabled here, please visit the original post.)

Harmony Kent is a dear friend, and a colleague over at Story Empire. She has a new book out that is designed to help us with our fiction. Make her feel welcome today, and use those sharing buttons. Hello everyone. Harmony here. I’m excited to share my latest non-fiction book with you all today. Huge […]

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07
Oct
19

Thank you — ontheedgeofeverything

A post a day for over a thousand days is no small feat. Something I wish I could manage (though I AM almost to 70 this time!) Stop by, show some love, and show your support! (Comments disabled here; please visit the original post.)

When I first started blogging a few years ago, I really didn’t have any sort of long-term plan. I knew wanted to post daily, and I’ve done just that. 1,132 times, to be exact. I wasn’t sure how many people my posts would reach. To date, OnTheEdgeOfEverything has earned just under 20,000 views. I didn’t […]

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