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Articles we’ve found informative about writing, publishing, creativity, and blogging/social media are posted frequently to our Facebook Page. So that you don’t miss any of the great information posted there, we do a weekly roundup of articles we’ve read that week (but not always published that week). Subscribe to our blog (right side-bar or below in the footer) if you want to make sure you don’t miss out!

 

WRITING

Subjectivity and Reader Shaming by Jami Gold

Protagonist and Main Character — Same Person? The Answer May Transform Your Story by K.M. Weiland

Worksheets For Writers by Jami Gold

Writing Tip — Types of Transport by David Farland

I Smell Your Rookie Movies, New Writers by Chuck Wendig (*language warning)

The WHY of Your Story by A. Lee Martinez

Internal Dialogue: The Secret Sauce to Fixing Problems? by Marcy Kennedy

Business Musings: Changing Tastes by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

What Is Defamation? by Helen Sedwick

The Pixar Way to Think About Story Conflict by K.M. Weiland

 

PUBLISHING

Who One Science Fiction’s Hugo Awards and Why It Matters by Amy Wallace

Kindle Counterfeiting — A Growing Threat to Authors by John Doppler

Five Things Learned Editing Best Horror of the Year by Ellen Datlow

Why Does Everyone Want to Be Published by Chip MacGregor

Change Keeps Happening by Hugh Howey

 

CREATIVITY

Fueling the Muse — How to Mentally Prepare For “The Novel” by Kristin Lamb

The Amazing Benefits of Creative Time by Paige Turner

 

BLOGGING/SOCIAL MEDIA

Promote Your Book With Influencer Marketing by Chris Abraham

Good Images Speak a Thousand Words, But Is It Legal? by DT Krippene

Facebook Wants You to Blog by Jacob Kastrenakes

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UPCOMING RELEASE FROM KILLER INK PRESS

Available Sept. 14th! (Due to unforeseen circumstances, release has been delayed a couple of weeks.)

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NAVIGATING FAMILY COURT: IN THE BEST INTEREST OF YOUR CHILD
By Rhonda Hopkins

Navigating Family Court, Child's Best Interest, Child Custody, Divorce, Rhonda Hopkins, Co-Parenting

 

Going to court can be scary. Going to court to decide custody of your child can be truly terrifying — there is so much at stake! But, the better prepared you are, the less stress there will be for you and your child.

The Navigating Family Court guide will give you a glimpse of what you can expect during Family Court litigation and what will be expected of you. While this book will not offer legal advice (that’s what your attorney is for), it will offer insights from a twenty-year veteran in the field, who has investigated thousands of cases involving child abuse/neglect, and parental custody and access. In this book, you will find:

What to Expect When You Go to Court
What Things a Judge Might Order
What is Involved in a Custody Evaluation
What to Do if there are Issues Involving Drug/Alcohol Abuse, Child Abuse/Neglect, or Domestic Violence
Information on Mediation, Parent Education, and Counseling
A List of Things You Should Gather for Easy Access
Tips on Co-Parenting
And More!

While no one can guarantee you’ll be granted primary custody of your child, if you’re involved in family court litigation, this guide will help you prepare yourself and your child for the months ahead.

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As always — Thanks for reading!

Rhonda Hopkins is the author of the award-winning paranormal novella, THE CONSUMING, and the zombie apocalypse series,SURVIVAL. She writes horror, suspense, paranormal, and YA Urban Fantasy. You can find her at RhondaHopkins.com and she is also a Contributing Author for Addictive Reads.

The Consuming, Survival, Dead of Winter, The Gift, Rhonda Hopkins, Fiction, dark fiction

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