The Whiteboard, Part Eleven

The Whiteboard, Part Eleven

The Whiteboard, Part Eleven

The Whiteboard, part eleven – find part ten here http://wp.me/p3VxaG-1RM Hello everyone! Happy post-bunny day bliss to you. I hope you didn’t eat too much candy! They say we buy more candy during Easter than during Halloween! That surprised me. I had my share of malted milk eggs, let me tell you. And all of it will be half-priced today! Yippee! So, how about another installment of The Whiteboard?  The Whiteboard, part eleven ©Kim Smith Officer Lang and Officer Person were gone. They had taken fingerprints from her bathroom, her bedroom, and from her. She bristled a little at that, but

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Weekly Linky List

Weekly Linky List

Welcome to THE LIST – my once weekly curation of sites for writers of all stages. I hope this is helping you guys. Be sure to look for my books under the tab up above, and please remember to fan, follow, and subscribe to my PODCAST SITE on iTunes and Youtube. Here is the latest in new and tips, tools, and things you can use in your writing life. THE LIST LIVE WRITE THRIVE – Using Archetypes http://www.livewritethrive.com/2016/10/31/using-archetypes-to-create-powerful-characters-in-your-fiction/ PETER REY – Using Sterotypes http://peterrey.com/stereotypes-in-books-writing-myths-debunked/ BOOKWORKS – 5 Great Word Processing Tools https://bookworksblog.wordpress.com/2012/11/19/5-great-word-processing-tools-for-writing-your-novel/  KATE TILTON – Writing and Emotion http://katetilton.com/writing-emotion-swaying-readers-dose-real-life/ FIX MY STORY

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Mastermind Groups: Do I Need One?

Mastermind Groups: Do I Need One?

A mastermind group is important for writers who are looking to turn their writing into a career.  I truly believe this and it is why I started one about a year or so ago. My mastermind group is why I have two mysteries out and another one in the wings. They (the group) are great for keeping me moving toward my goals. Even as early as this week, one of my friends in the group encouraged me to move forward from the latest accomplished goal and to make a new mid-year goal. I am working on that even as I type

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Ebook series: A good landing page

Ebook series: A good landing page

Do you have an effective sales page for your ebook? You can have the perfect item on the Internet, but if you are ignorant about peddling it, you’re going to be disheartened at the outcome. So to speak, getting the word out about your item is critical. Consider how Nike sets aside millions in their budget for marketing and to insure buyers know about their products. This makes it clear that those of us without big bucks are just mushrooms in a world full of daisies if we don’t use everything at our disposal. So, here is a post about

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Industrious John: A Tale of Futility

Industrious John: A Tale of Futility

When being industrious leads to sorrow So there’s this fellow interested in videography. Let’s call him John. John is an industrious fellow and pretty handy with a camera. He’s excellent with panning, and closeups. But John the cameraman is sick and tired of carrying all twenty of his cases to each shoot he books. He has two boxes full of cables, each weighing about 60 pounds. But since he is industrious,  he comes up with a great solution for his problem, and decides to try to sell it. His solution is to consolidate all those cables in to one case.

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