Dictation: Top 10 Tips
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by Sierra Cassidy
11M ago
Today we’re talking about dictation and how to increase your word count while sparing your hands with my top 10 tips and tricks. So when I’m talking about dictation I’m talking about speech to text technology, not the dictation where you record something and someone else types it up. There are a lot of programs available for dictation, but I just use Google docs on my phone because that’s the most convenient for me, and also it’s free. A lot of my reasoning for switching over to majority dictation is chronic pain. Typing, even with an ergonomic keyboard, gets painful quite quickly so I had ..read more
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July Book Recs
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by Sierra Cassidy
1y ago
The Bloodline Series by Sierra Cassidy Today I’ve got some book recommendations for you. Before we get rolling I want to tell you about the first book of my new shifter series that I’ve just put up for preorder! The Bloodline Series is a build-a-polycule paranormal spicy romance. Our heroine will gain love interests of multiple genders over the course of the series—some of which have pre-existing relationships with other polycule members—and she will not need to choose between them by the end of the story. The Bloodline series will be kicking off with Bloodline Unbound that will also conta ..read more
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Book World Acronyms Pt 2
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by Sierra Cassidy
1y ago
Today we’re talking about acronyms and short forms in the book world. If you haven’t watched the first episode where we covered general acronyms, characters, and relationships, I’d recommend checking that out. Today we’re going to be covering genres, platforms, communities, stores, tropes, kinks, books, authors, and miscellaneous ones that didn’t quite fit elsewhere.  Genres PNR – Paranormal Romance. You might also see it as PRN. Paranormal romance is a romance subgenre that contains elements of magic and fantasy, such as vampires, witches, time travel, etc. SF – Science Fiction. Thi ..read more
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June Book Recs
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by Sierra Cassidy
1y ago
BOOK RECS Choosing Theo by Victoria Aveline I’m going to start off telling you about Choosing Theo by Victoria Aveline. This book is an MF alien romance where the leading lady is abducted from her home by mercenary aliens for what we eventually find out are extremely nefarious purposes. Earth is a class 4 planet which means it’s super illegal for other alien races to have direct contact since we don’t officially know that extraterrestrial life exists and have not achieved extended space travel yet. Obviously the mercenaries don’t care about that. So, our leading lady, Jade, manages to esca ..read more
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May Book Recs Pt 1!
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by Sierra Cassidy
1y ago
Heat and Knots Promo I’m going to start off by telling you about the Heats and Knots bookfunnel promo that’s being hosted by Lucy Scott Bryan that features a bunch of recent omegaverse releases so if you’re looking for some new reads you can find them there too! https://books.bookfunnel.com/knottobemissed/ug1g104mwg  King of Nothing by Mona Black This title released April 21 and is book one of the Brutal Never Boys. It’s a dark why choose Peter Pan retelling with enemies to lovers, amnesia, and villains to good guys. The series must be read in order and books two and three of the t ..read more
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April Book Recs!
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by Sierra Cassidy
1y ago
Nicky and the Night Owls: Part Two by Sierra Cassidy Before we get into the book recs though I wanted to let you know that my new omegaverse book Nicky and the Night Owls: Part Two is coming out on April 22. Nicky and the Night Owls is a polyamorous omegaverse duet where a shy beta librarian falls for a sweet and spicy pack. Part One is them all actually getting together and dealing with her stalker ex, and the stakes get even higher in Part Two, but now they’re solid and navigating those risks together.  Blurb Now that Nicky’s found a hot, loving pack all her own, it’s time to get do ..read more
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Editors: Costs and Timelines
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by Sierra Cassidy
1y ago
Today we’re talking about editors, specifically the average costs for the different types and what sort of general timeline you can expect. If you have not already watched the episode on the different types of editors, I’d recommend watching that first so you understand what sort of work is going on with each of the varieties and how the timelines and pricing reflect that.  In regards specifically to editors, I’ll be doing an additional episode covering tips to help vet editors so you can hopefully find a service provider that will best suit your needs.  When it comes to timelines ..read more
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March Book Recommendations Pt 2!
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by Sierra Cassidy
1y ago
Today I’ve got some book recommendations for you! I got caught up working on revisions for my upcoming release Nicky and the Night Owls: Part Two so I didn’t get any reading done, but there are some new and recent releases I can tell you about! Stella by Mira Kane This title released on March 16 and is a contemporary why choose omegaverse with a snarky omega going into heat, a cinnamon roll beta, a best friend alpha, an alphahole alpha and a tight knit family Blurb Stella: When your family business is the premiere Alpha-Beta-Omega matchmaking agency in Half Moon Bay, California, you woul ..read more
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What Kind Of Editor Is Right For You?
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by Sierra Cassidy
1y ago
Today we’re talking about editors, specifically the different types of editors so you can decide which type is right for you! We’ll start with the most intensive edits and work our way to the lighter end of the editing spectrum. This will also be the order in which you should approach editing. Doing the lighter end of the spectrum before you’ve done the heavy lifting is just going to be a waste of time and money. I will be doing an additional episode that will cover editing timelines and general associated costs as well.  I’m not going to be talking about beta readers or critique partn ..read more
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My Romance Comfort Reads
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by Sierra Cassidy
1y ago
Today I’ve got some book recs, but instead of telling you about books that have just come out or books that I’ve recently read, I’m going to tell you about my romance comfort reads. These will run the gamut from mild to hella spicy, and some will be decades old while others are much newer on the scene. We’ll begin with the oldest and slide on into the future.  Without further ado, let’s get started. Jewels of the Sun by Nora Roberts This one is an old school favourite of mine and was first published in 1999. I related hardcore to the main character Jude, who is a psychologist, a ner ..read more
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