Aircraft Controls

The C Word for Writers

When you board a plane, you place yourself in the hands of the pilot. For the duration of the flight, you place your absolute trust in the pilot, handing over control. It’s the same with books. You are the pilot of your book, and it’s essential that the reader feels she is in safe hands […]

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Writing Tip #10 The Ending

This is the tenth of 12 posts for writers who are planning to self-publish using the great services now available to the amateur writer, such as Smashwords, Amazon KDP, CreateSpace etc. These mistakes are straight from week1 of “Good Writing 101”. You might get away with one or two of them; maybe people won’t notice. […]

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Writing Tip #9 The Big Reveal

This is the ninth of 12 posts for writers who are planning to self-publish using the great services now available to the amateur writer, such as Smashwords, Amazon KDP, CreateSpace etc. These mistakes are straight from week1 of “Good Writing 101”. You might get away with one or two of them; maybe people won’t notice. […]

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Writing Tip #8 Repetition

This is the eighth of 12 posts for writers who are planning to self-publish using the great services now available to the amateur writer, such as Smashwords, Amazon KDP, CreateSpace etc. These mistakes are straight from week1 of “Good Writing 101”. You might get away with one or two of them, but if you consistently […]

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Writing Tip #7 Exposition

This is the seventh of 12 posts for Writers who are planning to self-publish using the great services now available to the amateur writer, such as Smashwords, Amazon KDP, CreateSpace etc. These mistakes are straight from week1 of “Good Writing 101”. You might get away with one or two of them; maybe people won’t notice. […]

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