Daily Word Prompt 310 “Shift”

The daily word prompt is Shift

The daily word prompt can be used for a poem,story, photographs, art,recipe,song lyrics, letters,and you could even use it to tell us all a little more about yourself.

Link back to this post from your blog or leave in the comment section below.


Set Up Amazon’s Author Central – by Stephanie Chandler…

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

 on Nonfiction Authors Association:

Amazon’s Author Central is an essential tool for managing your books and author information on the site.

Every author should take full advantage of the free service because it allows you to update content on your book page, keep author bio information up to date, see your sales data, and more.

Both print and Kindle-only authors can utilize Author Central.

Following are some of the benefits, and how to best utilize them.

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5 Creative Blog Post Ideas for Savvy Author Marketing

How To Ebook

You may be a savvy blogger, or maybe you’re still digging in your heels about starting your blog, but no matter where you fall on that spectrum I have to tell you that blogging is a critical piece to your author marketing.

If you want to sell more books, I urge you to get on the blog train.


Because blogging is a great way to connect with current fans, and it’s also a great way to put a piece of yourself out there to draw in new fans and buyers.

read more https://www.amarketingexpert.com/5-creative-blog-post-ideas-savvy-author-marketing/

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Time To Write: Sentence Starter 33 [Creative Writing Prompt]

Rachel Poli

Last week’s writing prompt was a Picture Prompt exercise. Check out some great pieces by fellow writers:

Now check out this week’s prompt:

Time To Write Sentence Starter | Writing Prompt | Creative Writing | RachelPoli.com

Begin your next story or chapter with the sentence provided above.

If you use this prompt, please leave a link to your post in the comments below and I’ll share it next week. Please be sure to link back to my blog so your readers know where you got the prompt!

Happy Writing!

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Mistaken Encounter – L. Salter

Arrowhead Freelance and Publishing


Melanie was walking home from work. It was winter, so it was darker earlier and there was a chill in the air. She stopped for a moment to pull a packet of cigarettes out of her handbag. She casually lit the cigarette and carried on walking. The street was empty and there was a low fog, added to by her cigarette smoke. All she could hear was the “click, click, click” of her high heels on the pavement. After about a minute later her footsteps were accompanied by another set of footsteps. They were coming from behind her. Melanie looked back. Even in the low visibility she could make out the silhouette of a person roughly about six feet tall, dressed in a hoodie. She noticed something in his hand, she couldn’t make out what, but something held tightly in his fist. His pace quickened, closing in on her.


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