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Everyone, please help me to welcome Kim Mendoza, cover artist from The Wild Rose Press and the woman who had created all of the covers for the Disaster Crimes Series. Welcome, Kim! ~*~ 1. How did you become a cover artist? I was working in the chapel in the U.S. Army and had nothing to do day-in and day-out. Then the graphic designer quit to have a baby and I asked if I could take her job. That was my first exposure to graphic design, which I did as a career for fourteen years. Then, I...

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The Insecure Writer's Support Group is a safe place for insecure writers of all kinds.Sign up here: Insecure Writer’s Support Group NOTE: I am one of Janice Hardy's part-time contributors for the year. I'll be contributing 4 guest posts to Fiction University. My first post is 6 Gadgets to Take to Your Next Book Event. What is writer’s burnout? Burnout is very different from writer’s block. It’s worse. Writer’s burnout is something you feel deep down…bone-deep. It’s just like when...

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Please help me welcome Tonja Drecker to Write with Fey for her release Music Boxes! This story is wonderful. A real magical, mysterious adventure into the ballet world. Music BoxesBy Tonja DreckerMiddle Grade Fantasy / Performing Arts158 pagesDancing Lemur PressRelease date: March 5th, 2019Ages 9 to 12 ISBN-10: 1939844568ISBN-13: 978-1939844569 1. Tell us about your recent release.  Music Boxes comes out March 5th and is a fantasy/modern fairy tale with slightly dark moments for...

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I am thrilled and honored to have my editor, Lori Graham, from The Wild Rose Press here today. She is the one who gave me a chance and brought me into the world of publishing when she saw something in Hurricane Crimes and offered me my first contract. Welcome, Lori! 1. What’s your editing process? An author submits a query along with a synopsis and the first five pages of the manuscript through our query email address. This query goes to the senior editor from the appropriate genre line for...

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The Insecure Writer's Support Group is a safe place for insecure writers of all kinds.Sign up here: Insecure Writer’s Support Group Health Update: The mass on my right ovary has shrunk a bit. We're keeping an eye on it, making sure it doesn't get bigger again, cause pain, or change characteristics. So far, so good. Thanks for your well wishes! Bactine for Writer's Burnout Part 5 Free Your Mind with Walking Walking isn’t only a great form of exercise, but it’s been proven to be a...

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I am really excited to welcome Bill Nevitt to Write with Fey. Bill is the audiobook narrator of Seismic Crimes, Tsunami Crimes, and the-soon-to-be-released Flaming Crimes! His answers are fascinating and gives a neat perspective into the work of narrators. Welcome, Bill! ~*~ 1. What equipment do you use and what’s your process from audition to finished product? My equipment consists of a “Lexicon Omega” computer interface, Rode NT-1000 condenser mic and an Apple “iMac Pro” computer, 25”...

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The Insecure Writer's Support Group is a safe place for insecure writers of all kinds.Sign up here: Insecure Writer’s Support Group UPDATE: In my December IWSG post, you might've seen a note I added about going to the ER. I went after experiencing severe pain in my abdomen that lasted a full 24-hours and didn't respond to pain meds. I found out that I have a 7cm mass (about three inches) on my right ovary. I've seen a specialist at a cancer institute. No one can say exactly what it...

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The Insecure Writer's Support Group is a safe place for insecure writers of all kinds.Sign up here: Insecure Writer’s Support Group IWSG BOOK CLUB: For December and January we will be reading Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert. Discussion day will be January 23, 2019. JOIN US! GOOGLE PLUS: With Google+ being taken down come the New Year, Google+ profiles and groups will disappear, and bloggers using Google+ for comments and/or profiles will need to make changes. NOTE: Google accounts...

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The Insecure Writer's Support Group is a safe place for insecure writers of all kinds.Sign up here: Insecure Writer’s Support Group What is writer’s burnout? Burnout is very different from writer’s block. It’s worse. Writer’s burnout is something you feel deep down…bone-deep. It’s just like when athletes burnout from working themselves too hard and too much for too long. They can lose their love of the sport, physically and mentally. To read my story and the 3 tips I previously...

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#AuthorToolBoxBlogHopJoin HERE Submitting to agents and publishers is time-consuming. When you’re doing this process, you need to be organized. You don’t want to send to the same publisher twice in one month or send to multiple agents in the same agency. (Many say if it’s a no from one agent, it’s a no from all.) And most agents want the right to say yes or no before you give it to another agent in their house. Something to keep you orderly during this process is a simple notebook or...

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