November 16th, 2011

Why Some Blogs Make Me Cranky

By Sharla Rae

Like most of you, I don’t have a lot of time to cruise the web and read blogs. If the blog site is pretty, that’s nice, but I don’t really care. I’m interested in content. I pick subjects that pique my interest and choose many that are recommended by writing friends. I […]

August 31st, 2011

Naked Publishing – Part 4

Today we welcome back Denise Domning, contributing blogger here at WITS, with the fourth in her series detailing her self-publishing journey.

by Denise Domning

I did it! I made my deadline!

Kind of.

It’s August 15th and the book, The Men Wars, Book One Men-ipulation, is up on both Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

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August 17th, 2011

Add Conflict to your Story with a Down & Dirty Fight

by Jenny Hansen

Happy Wednesday, y’all! I’m looking forward to hearing Linda O. Johnston, one of our new bloggers, talk about “What Makes a Great Mystery” for this week’s Sensational Summer Friday.

Today we’re going to talk about Dirty Fighting. What is it, and why do you want to do it?

To start at the […]

August 12th, 2011

Publishing Naked- Part 3

Welcome to another installment of Sensational Summer Fridays, here at WITS!

Before we begin with the third in our guest blog series by Denise Domning, we’d like to announce the winner of Michelle Diener’s debut novel, IN A TREACHEROUS COURT. Congratulations to Stacy Green, who read and commented on Michelle’s blog Using Real People and […]

August 5th, 2011

Using Real People and Events in Fiction – Michelle Diener

Our Sensational Summer Friday guest today is a true world traveler – she was born in London, was raised in KwaZula Natal, South Africa, and she now lives in Australia. Laura Drake knows Michelle Diener through her RWA-WF (Women’s Fiction) chapter, where Michelle is the VP of Communications. The title sounds vague, but in an […]