Guest Posts


Guest Post: Finding Your Voice by N. Isabelle Blanco Guest Posts

Today’s guest blogger is author and businesswoman N. Isabelle Blanco, whom I had the absolute pleasure of meeting this past weekend at the Authors in the City event in NYC. Finding Your Voice: Writing in First Person (or Third) by N. Isabelle Blanco No, no, no, and no. LOL, okay, I agree, some authors are a “one-voice” type of writer and should stick to one...

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Guest Post: My “Other Job” by Sarahbeth Caplin Guest Posts

In this week’s guest blog post, I’m happy to welcome Sarahbeth Caplin, author of Confessions of a Prodigal Daughter, Someone You Already Know, Public Displays of Convention, and Sorting Myself: a collection of poetry. My “Other Job” by Sarahbeth Caplin To the woman who asked about my “other job”—because writing stories is tiddlywinks compared to being an Important Somebody in a corporate office: The size...

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Guest Post: Dealing With Criticism by T.M. Franklin Guest Posts

I’m so excited about today’s guest blogger—she’s one of my favorite authors and favorite people. Today, the fabulous T.M. Franklin discusses dealing with criticism of your manuscript. Five Tips for Dealing with Criticism by T.M. Franklin You’ve come up with the idea, written the words, prettied and polished it up until it’s perfect, and then someone—an editor, reviewer, a blogger—says those words every author dreads....

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Guest Post: Time Management for Indies by Jen Greyson Guest Posts

This week, I’m excited to bring our readers a guest post from author and blogger Jen Greyson. Time Management for Indies by Jen Greyson One of the things I learned with my first publishing contract was how well I write to deadlines. I’m a genius at leaving everything until the last 36 hours and then pulling college finals week-worthy all-nighters. Now that my deadlines are...

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Guest Post: Avoid Eyes That Crawl by Candace Johnson Guest Posts

This week, I’m excited to bring you an article from guest blogger Candace Johnson of Change It Up Editing. Avoid Eyes That Crawl and Other Wandering Body Parts in Your Writing by Candace Johnson Her eyes crawled around the room. His eyes combed her face. Her eyes became demented. Those eyes, those eyes, those beautiful eyes! The windows to the soul and all that . ....

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Guest Post: Writing Dialogue in Historical Fiction by Sandi Layne Guest Posts

I am thrilled to bring today’s guest post from author, Sandi Layne. Writing Dialogue in Historical Fiction ~ or ~ King Henry VIII Did Not Speak in Iambic Pentameter by Sandi Layne “Put me down,” I cried furiously. “Put me down! I don’t want to be Emperor. I refuse to be Emperor. Long live the Republic!” But they only laughed. “That’s a good one. He...

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Guest Post: The Social Media Balancing Act by Lissa Bryan Guest Posts

I am thrilled to bring today’s guest post from author, blogger and all-around fabulous person, Lissa Bryan. The Social Media Balancing Act By Lissa Bryan One of the things that surprised me once I became an author is how little time I’d have to devote to writing with all of the promotion and social media tasks I needed to do. I started out feeling overwhelmed...

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Guest Post: Debra Anastasia – Street Teams Guest Posts

As a member of the Poughkeepsie Street Team, I am excited to bring you a special guest post from Poughkeepsie author Debra Anastasia as she talks about the benefits of creating a street team to help market your brand. Street Teams by Debra Anastasia I thought I was original when I came up with the idea for a street team. I’d been reading about a musician and...

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Guest Post: L.V. Lewis – Trust Your Instincts Guest Posts

Today at Write Divas, we’re excited to bring you a special guest post from Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever author L. V. Lewis as she talks about how to trust your instincts and listen to your gut when it comes to your story: Trust Your Instincts by L. V. Lewis When you’re a newbie at anything, being unsure of yourself sort of comes with the...

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