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  • Newsletter
    Posted by Lucinda Moebius May 2

    The first Reader Newsletter has been scheduled to be sent this weekend.

    Next weekend it will be the Author Newsletter.

    Remember, if you want to be featured in the newsletters you need to submit ads through the Newsletter groups.

    Don't forget to subscribe to the newsletters! You will find the links on the site!

  • Membership
    Posted by Lucinda Moebius August 5, 2018

    All of you are AMAZING!

    I love having you all here and seeing your posts.

    I want you to know I read everything you post.

    This may not be possible as we grow, but until we get so big I need to bring on help, I am staying up on everything you post!

    I am starting weekly challenges. These challenges are for all members at all levels.

    The goal of the challenges are for members to find ways to make the site work for them instead of working for the group.

    Last week's challenge was blog: Either create a blog post or comment on the blog.

    This week's challenge:
    Every member here invite five friends to join this site!
    Give them one solid reason why this site has the potential to do great things for authors, readers and author supporters!

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  • Lucinda Moebius
    Lucinda Moebius wrote a new blog entry:
    Writing Prompt: Lies
    • Wed at 2:05 PM
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    Writing Prompt: Missed Connections
    • Wed at 2:02 PM
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    Lucinda Moebius wrote a new blog entry:
    Writing Prompt: Hello
    • Wed at 1:59 PM
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    Lucinda Moebius wrote a new blog entry:
    Writing Prompt: Trying to Forget
    • Wed at 1:55 PM
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    Lucinda Moebius wrote a new blog entry:
    Writing Prompt: Time Travel
    • Wed at 1:53 PM
  • Thomas Weaver
    Thomas Weaver Questions for anyone who happens to see this: How much of a problem is it for you as a reader when you see "headhopping" (viewpoint switching between characters within a scene, usually without even a transition) in a story? Do you overlook...  more
    • Sep 23
    • Thomas Weaver
      Danielle Ross Drives me insane. If I can't keep track of who's POV I'm in, it breaks me out of the story, and it makes it harder for me to read.
    • Thomas Weaver
      Lucinda Moebius I can't follow the story so I usually give up and stop reading.
      • Oct 3
  • Justin Edison
    Justin Edison has added a new profile photo.
    • Aug 16
  • Justin Edison
    Justin Edison added 3 photo(s) to the album Cover Photos:
    • Aug 16
  • Justin Edison
    Justin Edison Happy Friday, Everyone!
    I'm sorry I've been absent from this site (and FB, and a lot of places) lately. Anyone who remembers the variety show with the tuxedo guy spinning multiple plates can sympathize. Some plates always fall and, for me, it was book...  more
    • Aug 16
  • Dawn R. Schuldenfrei
    Dawn R. Schuldenfrei has added a new cover photo.
    • Jul 1
  • Dawn R. Schuldenfrei
    Dawn R. Schuldenfrei My book, Liminal Hearts, is now out! Available as an ebook now, and paperback shortly.

    ...  more
    • Jun 28
  • Thomas Weaver
    Thomas Weaver Has anyone else seen this: ? (It's a computer program that's supposedly able to determine an author's gender based on writing style, word choice, etc.) Have you TRIED it? What did you think of the...  more
    • May 6
    • Thomas Weaver
      Lucinda Moebius I've never heard of it. I have seen one that compares your writing style to other famous authors.
      • May 13
    • Thomas Weaver
      Lucinda Moebius I just tried it on two of my pieces. The verdict for both was I am a male writer. While in one area it said I was weak, female.
      The interesting part is in one piece of writing the main character was male and in the other the main character was female.
    • Thomas Weaver
      Thomas Weaver The "I Write Like..." thing is overly simplistic, and I doubt it was ever meant to be taken as seriously as some people do/did. If the difference from merely changing the viewpoint character's name can change the result from "Stephenie Meyer" to "Cory...  more
      • May 17
  • Tristen Lowman
    Tristen Lowman Hello everyone.
    • Apr 24
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    Tristen Lowman has just signed up. Say hello!
  • Merri Halma
    Merri HalmaAmy Lehman: Hi, how are you? I haven't been on a while, so I am not sure how to connect with you. But I will do my best to get more active here.
    • Apr 23
    • Lucinda Moebius likes this.
    • Merri Halma
      Amy Lehman Hi Merri. I am not as active on here either. I have been busy with getting my manuscript, query and synopsis ready for the query process. I am going to try to be better about stopping by as well.