The Writing Well celebrates storytelling in all its forms, and I am thrilled  to post a unique blog  with some of the social media “storytellers” invited by NASA to observe

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It’s a new year, and a time to reflect and make resolutions. For me, 2016 will be the year I finish my book on moving to Atlanta and my historical

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Book Marketing: What’s Your Strategy?

By Anita Paul Henderson, The Author’s Midwife Writing your book is the hard part, right? Well, if you’ve completed your manuscript, had it published, and started down the road of

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Today on The Writing Well, I’m taking part in a mini-blog tour! It’s fun to share a little bit about my writing process and to recognize three other writers. Thanks

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Today marks the conclusion of the WordCount Blogathon – the annual blogging fest where participants agree to post every day in May. I made it — and it feels great!

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    This question, posed to bloggers taking part in the WordCount Blogathon, got me thinking about what I would do differently if I was starting over.   I launched

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  In today’s Ask the Experts post, Guy Bergstrom, the provocative blogger of Red Pen of Doom (the evil secret to all writing is editing), who has more than 6,000

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      Given my blog’s focus on storytelling and writing, films are often a source of inspiration for my posts. After all, every memorable movie began with words on

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    Today begins the WordCount Blogathon, Michelle Rafter’s annual challenge to get bloggers blogging every day in the month of May. I participated for the first time last year

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Ever wondered how to maximize your online presence through Search Engine Optimization (SEO)? Stacy Williams, Search Advisory Net blogger and president of Atlanta-based search engine marketing firm, Prominent Placement, Inc.,

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