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Writers’ Mill Minutes 201608

Writers’ Mill Minutes August 21st

You may remember Jim Stewart, poet, short story writer, novelist, musician and more from our May meeting. He returned for a much-anticipated second visit in August, where he  invited and answered questions on editing poetry and how to make words count. Around 16 members of the Writers’ Mill braved the heat to attend. Notes on the questions and answers will follow these minutes. Continue reading Writers’ Mill Minutes 201608

Some interesting writing links

(Self) Publishing trends – find out more about almost everything here: http://www.writtenwordmedia.com/2016/01/25/10-trends-publishing-indie-author-needs-know/

Are you making excuses not to write? http://blog.bookbaby.com/2016/01/stop-making-excuses-and-write-a-book/

How to write that enticing book blurb: http://blog.bookbaby.com/2016/01/writing-a-book-description-that-isnt-a-bore/   http://blog.bookbaby.com/2015/11/focus-on-your-books-back-cover/

Worried about writing and taxes? http://formswift.com/independent-contractor-guide

Can you market online?  http://learnhowtowriteanovel.com/blog/2016/01/05/9-time-saving-tips-for-social-medi/

Were you in the journal? Claim your Amazon author page:  https://authorcentral.amazon.com/gp/home

Want to enter a  FREE poetry contest? https://winningwriters.com/our-contests/wergle-flomp-humor-poetry-contest-free

Willamette Writers members can submit FREE to the Timberline Review: http://timberlinereview.com/

Lots of good tools, including a reverse dictionary: http://storyfix.com/the-finest-digital-tools-that-turn-you-into-a-better-writer

Diagram your way to a better sentence: http://parts-of-speech.info/