Tag : Guest Blogger

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Thanks to Christian, a long time reader who offered to do a guest post, he has a great blog where he does rants on his point of view on the recent news that comes out of the various newspapers each day.  Which makes me think- there is always two sides to every story. Ok so …
What are you really saying? When a writer trawls through her pages, carefully removing a word here, or changing another word there, how does she know which word to delete and which new word to use? What makes one word more suited to this sentence, but not to that sentence? Some writers, looking authorial and …
Thanks Lorraine, for guest blogging with this wonderful commentary about dealing with critiques when you don’t see yourself as a writer.  Lorraine is a wonder writer who has done many 200,000 plus word stories online, so please give her a hand.  We’re very thankful to have her here on Living a Life of Writing. First …
The path to publishing success, one book at a time. I published my first book, in paperback, in the summer of 2007, four months before Amazon released the first generation Kindle in the US. The publishing world has changed a hell of a lot since then. Caxton Tempest at the End of the Worldhas been …
Hello! I am Michelle, also known as 221Btls on Archive of Our Own and Tumblr. Just the fact that I am guest blogging is a direct example of why I love writing. It would be difficult to pull from each other the joys of my newest hobby/passion/obsession. The act of writing itself is such a …
Friends are always needed when writing or editing or publishing, so without anymore of us writing our thanks, here is the lovely Breann on that very topic: When Rebecca asked me to write a blog entry for her writing blog I was a little nervous. I’m not very good with people. I never know what …
Hey there. My name is Shelly, more commonly known as ShellysBees on the blogging site tumblr and Twitter. When I was given the opportunity to write a piece for this blog I found myself at an impasse. There were a few things I wanted to discuss, all of which were related to how Rebecca knows me, …
By Charles E Wells I’d like to thank Rebecca Emrich for letting me share my opinions on her blog, but be careful, I have a tricky sense of humor and I’m not afraid to use it. My first question to her when I accepted was, “What do I write?” I can best explain my concern …
My thanks to Jill for such an awesome blog post, what a treat to have her back on Living a Life of Writing. Being an Author Means Being on Duty 24-7 Being an author is a twenty-four hour a day job, and I say this from two points of view: the sales & promo side, …
Thanks to Judy Croome for this lovely Guest Blog Post! What if? is the hardest question in a writer’s life. Except for the lucky few, there comes a time in every author’s life where we have to ask ourselves this hard, some would say impossible, question. How can two small words be so impossible? Because, …
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