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Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's New (to me) Authors Blog and commented:
Hope these tips help you explain and sell your book/story better folks 🙂
Thanks for reblogging Chris
Welcome Bridget, hope it gets some visitors back to your blog to read it all 🙂
This is all good advice.
Cheers Luanne – but they are still not easy to do!
Reblogged this on Angela's Hub On WordPress and commented:
Wonderful advice if you hate writing synopses. (They’re fun, if you approach them in the right way.) Tip — try writing your synopsis before you start plotting. It’s a great way to kick off your novel.
Thank you so much for reblogging Angela
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