Friday News & Comments 08 21 20

The Biden-Harris commitment to renew the Obama effort to destroy suburban neighborhoods is a direct threat to the peace of mind for two-thirds of the American people …

Ron’s Lit Tip First Person

Yes. I generally stay away from First Person books, but that attitude is not absolute. Sometimes a story will attract me, and I will read it despite being first person. My biggest objection to the writing not the reading is it a very difficult medium to work within, so I avoid it.

Ron’s Tip of the Day Want to Write?

I Can’t Write
Ever said that? If you did, you probably used one of the following excuses:
I don’t know how
I can’t afford to get help
I’m broke
I don’t have time

Ron’s Tip of the Day Promotion

The term promotion means different things to different people, but the simple understanding is doing whatever it takes to get your book the attention it deserves!

Ron’s Tip of the Day The Right Mixture #5

To be more precise, I am talking about your primary character(s) thinking. I love prose and try to use it. But the fact is that seeing the world through the eyes of a character is a very powerful tool.

Ron’s Tip of the Day Want to Write Biblical Novels?

Writing a Bible-based novel can be successful or risky. But if you use these simple guidelines you should be able to appeal to a large audience.

Ron’s Tip of the Day Using Graphic Language

The Bible talks about there being a time for this and a time for that. Is there a time for swearing? Don’t people swear?
Of course, they do! And some people, not all, swear profusely. But should a writer include swear words?

Ron’s Tip of the Day Page Setup

A good practice is to always preview your book before publishing. You don’t want the gutter too big that it becomes part of the front or back covers. Nor do you want it too small causing the front and back covers to overlap the gutter.