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Meg LaTorre
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Writer. Editor. YouTuber.
Writer. Editor. YouTuber.

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Whether you’re published or yet-to-be-published, it’s important for writers to build an author platform, specifically their social media presence, right away. Author platforms are essential for both traditionally- and self-published authors in today’s…
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Dear Query Hack, SOUVENIR is an adult thriller complete at 101K words. A Jewish-American attorney in Atlanta, Hannah jumps at the chance to close a highly lucrative deal in Syria. It was supposed to be a seventy-two hour trip resulting in a promotion. But…
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Whether you’re a published or aspiring author, all writers need to have an author website. But for aspiring authors, specifically, it can be confusing to know what to have on your author website. Learn what you should include on your author website in…
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To learn more about the craft of writing as well as the publishing industry, tune into Meg LaTorre’s list of her top 11 writing resources.       JOIN THE BOOK NERD COMMUNITY Stay up-to-date on Meg’s latest articles, blogs, giveaways, and iWriterly videos…
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Whether you’re a published or aspiring author, all writers need to have an author website. But for aspiring authors, specifically, it can be confusing to know what to have on your author website. One of the most popular questions I receive on iWriterly…
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Dear Query Hack, Lulu is the girl with all the answers. She has to be. It’s the only way to keep from being crushed by her parents’ wàng nǔ chéng féng—hope their daughter become a phoenix. You know, provided she were allowed to fall into any ashes in the…
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The iWriterly team asks a group of writers the following question: What is your greatest struggle in your journey as a writer? Thirteen writers (traditionally-published, indie-published, and yet-to-be-published) share what they do to overcome hurdles in…
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According to The Huffington Post, 80 percent of Americans want to write a book. Think about that for a moment. That’s eight in every 10 people. That isn’t to say, however, that all of those people succeed in completing said books. Many (if not most)…
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Storytelling is in the very essence of our nature as humans. From the beginning of time, people have tried to make sense of the world through stories—from naming the stars and the deities behind them, to the causes of natural disasters, to the changing of…
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Do you have wrist pain or carpal tunnel syndrome that impacts your daily life and keeps you from writing your book? If you aren’t eager to get surgery or injections as a first-line treatment, or if you’re experiencing minor wrist pain and want to be…
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