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Should I Self Publish My Book?

Should I Self-Publish My Book? This article was moved from our old achieve. The information in here is still It is somewhat relevant. We hope it is helpful.  There is a big question out there authors are asking themselves every day, should I self-publish my book? I hope this...
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Promote your Publication

Here are some of our suggestions on how to best promote your publication. We know that many of you work hard as editors, but promoting your literary magazine, horror magazine The post Promote your Publication appeared first on Literary Magazines.
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Horror Magazines

Here are over 100 Horror magazines. It is updated continuously. Horror magazines have been around since the 1600s, possibly earlier The post Horror Magazines appeared first on Literary Magazines.
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Poetry

Poem: Speaking Through Sand and Salt

My poetry has appeared in The Atlanta Review, Ellipsis, Friends Journal, Mythopoetry Scholar and Poem. One of my poems was set to music by composer Bruce Pennycook of the Butler School of Music at the University of Texas at Austin The post Speaking Through Sand and Salt appeared first...
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Stories

Story: Nurtured by robert c. radziejewski

I was assembled anonymously according to traditions. I fail to realize my identity. My memory is cyclically deleted. I’m a symbiotic specialized adaption for systematic kinetic force. I have been eaten and I’ve consumed anything radiating energy forces The post Nurtured by robert c. radziejewski appeared first on Short...
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Freelance Writing Jobs

Here is our home of freelance writing jobs. We want to give or readers a chance to find good opportunities. We are seeing employers to post jobs here. We also want to keep these job posting free, for as long as we can. Please post Freelance Writing Jobs or...
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Mistakes of Self-Published Book Authors

Mistakes of Self-Published Book Authors Everyone (excluding book publishers) rejoiced when in the recent past it became exceedingly easy to publish a book. Finally the gatekeepers were put in their place. No longer would authors have to get in line to be anointed by the all-powerful publisher. Many thought...
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Story: In Good Hands by Bernadine Lortis

“Here, give her to me. I’ll take her.” A nurse snatches my baby at the threshold as though I’m a delivering a bundle of laundry. Her statement, brusque, devoid of emotion, and her manner, business-like. This woman is obviously in charge. The post In Good Hands by Bernadine Lortis appeared...
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Poetry

Poem: The Assassin of Ether by Larry D. Thomas

The Assassin of Ether by Larry D. Thomas Centering the cross hairs of the mercenary squarely on the essence of the atom, he squeezes the trigger of time. For his slingshot of bewilderment, he polishes the stones of his thoughts. His talisman is the limit of knowledge. Snagging rarefaction...
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Reasons Why I Don’t Have My Own Blog Yet

I love blogs. Some are a great source of useful and intriguing information. Others just make me laugh fit to burst a gut. I constantly share them on my own social networks because I'm a generous person. It's no wonder, really, that there are over 4 million blog posts...
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Lit Mag: Boston Accent Lit

Boston Accent Lit Website http://www.bostonaccentlit.com/ From the Editor Based in Boston, MA and founded in February 2016 by Sarah A. O’Brien, Boston Accent Lit aims to showcase work that is daring and innovative, as well as providing a platform for underrepresented voices. Our primary goal is to publish quality...
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Lit Mag: Literary Heist

Literary Heist Website https://www.literaryheist.com/ From the Editor Literary Heist is a quarterly magazine that wants to democratize the literary and art world. It is looking to showcase good work that comes from new and existing writers and artists. It exchanges exposure for content and as a result, can continue...
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Poetry

Poem: Dynamite by Anders Carlson-Wee

Dynamite by Anders Carlson-Wee My brother hits me hard with a stick so I whip a choke-chain across his face. We’re playing a game called Dynamite where everything you throw is a stick of dynamite, unless it’s pine. Pine sticks are rifles and pinecones are grenades, but everything else...
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Writing Gear

We are launching a new venture today: Every Writer store front. This is the first time we are offereing merchandise to our readers. We hope you enjoy the products. They are all for writers, and all about writing. Some of these are the best way to get products that...
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Lit Mag: Tallow Eider Quarterly

Tallow Eider Quarterly is based out of Olympia, WA and showcases the most innovative art and writing available. We welcome poetry, art and fiction submissions year-round. The post Tallow Eider Quarterly appeared first on Literary Magazines.
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Book Promo: “How To Study Smart”

This book is a fantastic opportunity for any student to boost his or her study skills. The author shares the frustrations and stories about high school and college. The post “How To Study Smart” appeared first on Self-published and Small Press Books.
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Top 10 Essay Writing Workarounds

Essays are an important stage of every writer’s journey. They are helpful for building writing skills and forcing creativity when you’re stuck. The 10 workarounds described above will help you get through essay writing with less stress involved.
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Poetry

Poem: Channeling Emily by Jean Varda

Jean Varda’s poetry has appeared in The Berkeley Poetry Review, Poetry Motel, Manzanita Poetry & Prose of the Mother Lode & Sierra, Avocet A Journal of Nature Poems, The post Channeling Emily by Jean Varda appeared first on Every Day Poems.
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How to Find an Online Writing Course

If you are still deciding about taking an online or university writing course take a look at this article and weight out the positive and negatives. What do you want from a course? Here is our best advice on how to find an Online Writing Course.
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Join Our New Community

Well, it's time for us to get to know each other. I know many of you are friends with me, Every Writer on facebook or twitter or other sites, but I was thinking we could build a little community of writers here.
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Writing Prompts

Welcome to our official writing prompts page. We have 100s of writing prompts on our site, and this page will give you access to most of the writing prompts on our site.
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Blood Dice

A new exciting and riveting adventure exposing corrupt Governments and Labor Unions conspiring to take control of a Caribbean Resort and Casino empire through murder and kidnapping The post Blood Dice appeared first on Self-published and Small Press Books.
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Famous Quotes by Writers

1000 Greatest Writer’s Quotes of All Time

So we thought we would put together the 1000 Greatest Writer’s Quotes of all time. Then I got lazy. It’s harder than it looks gathering up all these quotes. Finding the ones that are “best.” Finding the ones that are most telling about writing and writers. Anyway, I thought...
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Silver Wing, Volume 1: Gale

Silver Wing, Volume One: Gale is the first in a line of novellas following Antoine Silver, a black high-school senior who ends up in the wrong place The post Silver Wing, Volume 1: Gale appeared first on Self-published and Small Press Books.
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How to Tweet

In How To Tweet, The Basics, Kathi Flynn teaches you how to use Twitter in a very simple, conversational tone. After giving you a bit of history, statistics, and definitions, The post How to Tweet appeared first on Self-published and Small Press Books.
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Poetry

Poem: I’m Beat by Yuma Clark

  Yuma Clark lives in New Jersey, where he has been teaching for 11 years. Outside the classroom, his loves are family, learning, and fixing things. The post I’m Beat by Yuma Clark appeared first on Every Day Poems.
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Lit Mag: Window Cat Press

In an age of instant connection across continents, we’ve come full circle– like the ancient Egyptians, we live in a society that once more worships cats. The post Window Cat Press appeared first on Literary Magazines.
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Stories

Story: Frozen Treats in the Dead of Night

Richard woke to the sound of the screen door slamming. Confused, he turned to check the clock. 3:17 am it blinked at him, before going dark. A knot of anxiety cramped his stomach. He knew something was wrong. The post Frozen Treats in the Dead of Night by Rachel...
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Exquisite Corpse Game for Writers

Welcome to our game for writers. It is an Exquisite Corpse. An Exquisite Corpse is a writing or art game where you complete the story, poem or drawing in parts. Each author or artist cannot see the previous artists/writers work. In this case we are writing a poem together....
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