Tag: book love

The Weekend Writer

Unfortunately, the income of most authors is not enough to sustain a mouse, much less a modern household in a large urban city. Without a doubt, this is the most common reason for the rise of the weekend warrior writer, who toils for pay five days a week and pounds on the keyboard during weekend…
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The Tolkien Book Tag with Suzanne Hagelin — Rogue Skies Blog

Welcome! Every Tuesday the authors of Rogue Skies will be bringing you some fun book/author tags! So what are tag posts? A tag post is a series of questions that we will answer and then challenge our readers or other blogger and authors to do too! It’s just a fun way to get to know…
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Meet The Rogues — Tracy Korn

Author Tracy Korn Tell us a little about yourself. Well, I am a nerd–an academic nerd, and a bonafide, dresser-upper at Comic-Cons and Renaissance Faires caliber nerd. By day, I teach English Literature and coach a competitive robotics team, and by night, I write all manner of SFF from YA Dystopian to Urban Fantasy. I…
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Writing With Chronic Pain

Many creatives in the world suffer from chronic pain issues. I’m here to help you discover new ways to fit writing into your schedule and around pain flare-ups! My Conditions I was diagnosed with severe scoliosis when I was about 11 years old. I wore a back brace until I was almost 17. I managed…
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The Beauty and the Beast Book Tag with C.L. Cannon — Rogue Skies Blog

Welcome! Every Tuesday the authors of Rogue Skies will be bringing you some fun book/author tags! So what are tag posts? A tag post is a series of questions that we will answer and then challenge our readers or other blogger and authors to do too! It’s just a fun way to get to know…
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This Word Count is GOALS: Writing Goals and The Tools to Smash Them

If you’re an active writer and/or active in any online writing communities, you’ve doubtless heard other writers talk about their word counts and writing goals. And if you’re anything like me when I was just starting out and cultivating my writing habit–building that writing muscle, if you will–you’ve looked at some of those wordcounts and…
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The Zodiac Book Tag with Rae Hendricks — Rogue Skies Blog

Welcome! Every Tuesday the authors of Rogue Skies will be bringing you some fun book/author tags! So what are tag posts? A tag post is a series of questions that we will answer and then challenge our readers or other blogger and authors to do too! It’s just a fun way to get to know…
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The Top 6 Unconventionally Awesome Fantasy & Sci-fi Heroes

    Fantasy and Science Fiction are filled with brave knights, damsels in distress, elf-lords, daring spaceship pilots, and laser welding heroes, but what about the heroes that don’t fit into traditional molds? Today I want to celebrate the Fantasy and Sci-fi heroes who are unconventionally awesome! Here they are in no particular order, cause…
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A Whole… ~Familiar World: A Live-Action Aladdin Review

A whole familiar world A dazzling place I sort of knew… But at my desk here, It’s crystal clear It’s time to share my Aladdin review with you Don’t let my spin on A Whole New World fool you. I really enjoyed the new live-action version of Aladdin! As a child of the late eighties,…
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What Does Your Writing Style Say About You?

Wherever you’re from, whatever your background is, you have an accent. This is no surprise, though you may be used to thinking people from other places are the ones with the accents. The point is, when you speak, the way you pronounce words gives others a clue of where you’re from. The vocabulary and expressions…
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