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Bestselling horror author, freelance writer, blogger & business owner




Added by Maryanne Johnson on February 28, 2017 at 3:41pm — No Comments

Walking In His Grace and Love: Knowing and Getting a Glimpse of How much this "Jesus" truly Loves you

Have you ever felt like life does not have meaning to it? I know how you feel.

I hope and pray that you find encouragement in each detailed post about starting your day off right! 

We will NEVER know how much Jesus loves us! That's right! Christ's…


Added by MaryMagdelena1 on December 8, 2016 at 6:00pm — No Comments

This Time is Short on Earth: How to Quickly Scatter the Seed of the Gospel but not make it a sales pitch for others

Have you ever felt like life just isn't worth the time? There's no mistake in life that you could ever make that could ever make Jesus walk away!

For example, scattering the seed of the Gospel of Jesus is no mistake at all! Sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ is…


Added by MaryMagdelena1 on November 25, 2016 at 2:23pm — No Comments

Storms, storms and more... How to look to Christ Jesus in every life weather condition

Have you ever face an impossible storm? Maybe it was the way someone talked to you and you felt betrayed in some way. 

Jesus wants to help you in the middle of your weather condition. 

Whatever it is, bring it to Him. Only Christ wants what is best for you not the…


Added by MaryMagdelena1 on October 15, 2016 at 3:22pm — No Comments

How to Become a Freelance Book Reviewer

There's still space available for this online workshop, which starts Monday!…


Added by Bernadette Geyer on September 6, 2016 at 11:02pm — No Comments

5 Lessons I Learned from Book Blogging

I launched Rants Raves & Reviews in July 1997. It was the first website I ever designed. This was back before “blogging” was even a thing. I loved reading and I wanted to have a way of promoting the books I read that I thought deserved more publicity.


Over time, I changed to an e-zine (short for electronic magazine) format, rebranding the website as berniE-zine: Book Reviews & More. When my website hosting…


Added by Bernadette Geyer on May 3, 2016 at 2:30pm — 5 Comments

My Writing Journey

   I started writing when I was 14 and it changed everything. I can't even begin to describe how much it changed my life, and me.

 I started my first novel in a notebook until I got my first computer. Typing was so much faster than writing with a pen. I was amazed by how many words I could write in a day--and amazed that my computer kept up with how many words I had. My first complete novel wasn't good. In fact, it was horrible. My writing had no structure and no…


Added by Ashley Earley on August 25, 2015 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Before Starting Your First Book

    Deciding to write a book is the easy part, everything gets difficult from there on, but I thought I'd share some tips with you before you get started on writing your first book.

 First, you will need to decide whether you will be writing in present, past, third person omniscient, third person objective, or third person limited omniscient. Research what these mean before starting.

 Main character. You don’t have to have his/her personality figured out entirely--you…


Added by Ashley Earley on August 11, 2015 at 1:30pm — No Comments

YOUR Story

 If you're going to write a book, you should write about something that you're interested in.

 You should write something you want to write about. You write for your readers, but you write for yourself more than anything. When you wake up in the morning you should be excited about writing. And you have that crave to write. If you're not interesting in what you're writing, you won't be so ecstatic to write which will put a damp on your work. Writing is supposed to be…


Added by Ashley Earley on June 30, 2015 at 10:40am — No Comments

Writing Inspiration

  A lot of things can inspire me to write.

 I can't tell you how many times I've zoned out at the dinner table while thinking about books, writing, more books, random things, etc. I get a lot of my book ideas while I'm zoned out in my own La La Land. I also get a lot of book ideas when I can't sleep at night...When I first started writing, I had to keep a notebook by my bed because I didn't have a phone at the time. The "Notes" App really comes in handy in the middle of the…


Added by Ashley Earley on June 6, 2015 at 11:28am — No Comments


When I teach Blogging for Beginners at the San Francisco Writers’ Grotto, we get everyone's blogs set up, but that’s the easy part. Learning how to use Wordpress, Blogger, or SquareSpace will get your blog online, but it won’t make you a great blogger. Great blogs have five things in common—quality design, great content, clear layout,…


Added by Meghan Ward on May 28, 2015 at 8:30am — 4 Comments

How to Bake a Texty Cake: Recipe of a Perfect Blog Post

How many words does your blog post have to “catch” a reader and bring some traffic to your website? Do you use any particular tricks to create and generate awesome content? Do you consider content a really important tool for your promotion after all?

When we blog we want to have many readers,…


Added by Emily Johnson on April 16, 2015 at 6:30am — 2 Comments

Small Biz Publishing Banter / Warning: Google to Snatch Down a Goo-gaggle of Blogs

Small Biz Publishing Banter

I hope your day is going well. Full day, as usu. Up super late last night (er, after 2AM) re Jamaica income tax research as a result of getting work permit down here. (Taxes, ugghh!!!) So I'm a "likkle" foggy-headed this morning, but duty calls.  

Right now, coordinating with internet guy to transport old author blog to new platform (see note below)**; working on "…


Added by Cassandra Black on February 26, 2015 at 9:43am — No Comments

How to Build a Better Blog

Wondering how to build a better blog and increase your traffic this year? Check out this article for a few tips that will help!

Bloggers are always looking for new ways to improve their writing and boost traffic. While compelling content is the main reason why your readers keep coming…


Added by Brianna Sybella on February 6, 2015 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Guest Columnist for Fiction University on Character Evolution

Character Evolution: Don’t Restrict Your Characters to Your Original Vision of Them

By Robin Leemann Donovan 

Characters have a way of evolving in a story, sometimes for the…

Added by Robin Leemann Donovan on July 30, 2014 at 2:04pm — No Comments

[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] 10 Reasons to Start Blogging NOW

Every now and then you read a gloom and doom post about blogging like "Is blogging dead?" or "Where are all the bloggers?" Blogging is far from dead. Some people who were blogging five days a week four years ago may have slowed down or quit because they got burned out, and there's no question that there are more bloggers than ever…

Added by Meghan Ward on June 26, 2014 at 7:30am — 8 Comments

[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] How to prevent social media from taking over your life

If you're like me...

You remember that you never RSVP'd to your friend's book launch, so you log onto Facebook to search for the invitation and you see that another friend finally gave birth to her long overdue baby. You congratulate her. Then you notice that a third friend has posted a fascinating article about orcas and having just watched Blackfish, you can't help but click the link. Oddly, you recognize the name of the author of…


Added by Meghan Ward on May 1, 2014 at 2:00am — 15 Comments

[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] How to back up your blog

One day I mentioned to my graphic designer friend Alta Peterson that I had never backed up my blog. Here was her response:


OMG you have never backed up??? This is bad...



Added by Meghan Ward on March 20, 2014 at 11:30am — 2 Comments

Joanna Johnson's Creative Work in Australia

Joanna Johnson is a Melbourne-based graphics and interior decorator and blogger with lots of creative ideas on her mind. Most of all, Joanna likes to share her experience and take part of educational programs for young creative souls like her. She is a brilliant photographer and a loving mom of two. In her free time, she enjoys reading and visiting new places.

Joanna loves spending time thinking of new ways to upgrade her…


Added by Joanna Johnson on March 18, 2014 at 3:49pm — No Comments

What Kim Pham's Death Tells Us We're Doing Wrong

Since the brutal beating and subsequent death of Kim Pham in Santa Ana on January 18, everyone on my Facebook and Twitter feed has been posting links about the crime. As with any other sad story, my first reaction was horror at the violent episode and then the usual anger and sadness followed by a sense of appreciation for the fact that my peers were helpful enough to post this news up on Facebook. Then I closed my Facebook page and started checking my work…

Added by Irene Hsu on January 23, 2014 at 6:30pm — No Comments

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