How Nielsen BookScan affects your chances of a traditional publishing deal

Personally, I’m a fanatical “all-indie-all-day-long” type (or I’m too lazy to try and get trad published 😂). That said, I always prefer keeping my options open, so when I went to make a paperback version of my books last week, I did a wee bit of research and found this article:

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Book writing software: Top 10 pieces of software for writers

So I don’t actually use anything more exciting than Microsoft Word for my writing but I hear people talking a lot about different software and programs they use for their writing so I decided to look into it, just because I was curious, and . . .

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Why character relationships will make or break your story

One of my favorite things when I write is creating the relationships between the characters. And not just my hero and heroine, but family relationships, friend relationships, the relationship between partners as I write crime books, and the relationships between my villain and the other characters.

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