• More Than Ordinary

    Posted October 13, 2018 by Mandi Konesni

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    Something I wrote a very very long time ago for fun, examining vampires in myth and popular culture. Yes, I was an odd little child. :) Found it while cleaning USB drives, figured I'd post for an interesting look at the Read More...

  • Revealing the soul By Stephen Linden-Wyatt

    Posted November 14, 2017 by Stephen Linden-Wyatt

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    Revealing the soul is the debut collection of poetry by UK born poet and Children's author, Stephen Linden-Wyatt. Residing in Lincolnshire, not far from the original Boston, Stephen skillfully, reveals his soul through h Read More...

  • Nano-Now What?

    Posted October 31, 2017 by Mandi Konesni

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    You've done it. Whether you've created a masterpiece, a rough draft, added a few thousand words to a work in progress, or achieved a smaller goal of your own... you've made it through November, and hit that last day of N Read More...

  • Tempest

    Posted October 25, 2017 by Donna B

    2 Comments 3 Likes 1,281 Views

    She stood alone as the tempest swirled around her. Wind and waves whipped against the bow, relentless. Angry seas, in ebony, stretched out it seemed forever as pleas for help were swallowed in the tempest. Merciless rai Read More...

  • NanoWri-Oh...

    Posted October 21, 2017 by Mandi Konesni

    1 Comment 1 Like 1,342 Views

    So you've signed up to NanoWriMo, got yourself situated and are now staring at the dashboard wondering what the heck to do. It's getting closer, panic is setting in, and you realize you have no dang idea what you're doin Read More...

  • NanoWriMo Tips & Tricks From a Past Participant

    Posted October 19, 2017 by Mandi Konesni

    1 Comment 1 Like 1,420 Views

    1- Stock up on snacks to keep motivated. Get healthier snacks for keeping energy throughout the day. Focus on protein, things like trail mix, baked or veggie chips, cheese sticks, etc. Nobody wants to lose their tra Read More...

  • NanoWriMo 2017

    Posted October 17, 2017 by Mandi Konesni

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    Basically, a bunch of insane idiot authors get together in November and say "You know what? We don't want to survive this month." And we all sit down and pledge to write 50,000 words in 30 days. If you actually do it, th Read More...

  • Building Your Mailing List

    Posted May 21, 2017 by Liliom Press

    1 Comment 1 Like 2,054 Views

    Building Your Mailing List Building your mailing list can take more time, aggravation, tears, and patience than writing the actual book. Some people don't realize this, so it can come as an unexpected surprise. Peop Read More...

  • The Elusive Mailing List, and Why You Need One

    Posted April 11, 2017 by Liliom Press

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    For the most part, when people ask for your site, they'll be referring to your main author site or your Facebook page. The problem is that most sites don't give an opportunity for people to be reminded to come back. Fa Read More...

  • Best Laid Plans

    Posted April 11, 2017 by Mandi Konesni

    1 Comment 1 Like 1,806 Views

    Sometimes, despite our best effort, things go haywire. The best laid plans, and all. In the publishing world, this is even more so. While you may have your heart set on a publication date, there are a lot of things goi Read More...