Now Available-Writers' Tricks of the Trade (the book)

This book of writing tips, writing tricks and writing techniques should be on every fiction writer's bookshelf! NOW AVAILABLE at Amazon, B&N, Books a Million, and most online booksellers or order from your favorite local bookstore.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

MARCH ISSUE OF WRITERS' TRICKS OF THE TRADE-39 Information Packed Pages

The Writers' Tricks of the Trade eZine continues to grow. So many talented authors have contributed wonderfully informative articles that it boggles my mind. You'll also find listings for writers' conferences, resources, and even some industry news.

This month we have noir mystery author/musician  Mike Dennis writing about the importance of book covers, comedienne/author Linda Lou with advice about how to use humor in memoirs, author Don Helin's article about creating believable bad guys, author/speaker/promotor Carolyn Howard-Johnson's advice about launching a book on Amazon, a Life Story by author/artist Phyllice Bradner entitled "The Missing Lamb Chop" and author Maryann Miller's reminiscence about it how old towels related to writing. And, that's just the beginning. Click the cover of the flip book and your full March issue will open. Enjoy.

Be sure not to miss a single issue by entering your email in the yellow box on the right of this site.

If you are a writer and have an article or brag that you think will be of interest to our readers, submission information is in the beginning of the eZine. Submissions are now open for LIFE STORY articles as well. Do you have something special to share? It can be funny, uplifting, nostalgic, life changing. Just no porn please. I would love it if you would share this with your friends, tweet it, Facebook it and any other "it" you can think of. Remember, Writers' Tricks of the Trade publishes on the 15th of the month. You will find that all of the book links go to their Amazon page for convenience. However, most of the books can be found at your favorite online bookseller or ordered from your favorite local bookstore.

A huge thank you to all of the people all over the country who have helped grow this publication, guest authors and readers alike, and here's looking forward to many more fine articles, brags and information.

MORGAN ST. JAMES



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