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Nikki Hess
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Writer extraordinaire.
Writer extraordinaire.

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This should be required reading. (Fewer/less errors make me crazy...)
What's the difference between fewer and less? Here's a simple explanation to help you use both correctly. 
~Brian

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Excellent tidbits of advice for writers.
In this month's list: the 6 best book marketing blogs, whether to use Amazon KDP Select over the holidays, a freelance editor directory, how authors can best use Goodreads, and more.

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Ooh, nifty formatting tips...
How to Format Text on Google+

One of the most common question new people (Goobies?) on Google+ ask is how to format the text.

I hope this helps!

Tiara tip to +Mr Heyes for creating this.

Pin it for later: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/232779874462509620/

#googleplustips   #ns  
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Excellent advice! ;)
Can typos count as Freudian slips?

The lesson? Proofread before you hit send!
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Love this advice; gonna keep it in mind as I revise/rewrite my manuscript...

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Commas save lives! ;)
Yes. Yes, they do.
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Curious about Google Authorship? This guide can help.

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Excellent writing advice from Raymond Chandler. The only part I don't entirely agree with is "Don’t ever write anything you don’t like yourself and if you do like it, don’t take anyone’s advice about changing it." Writers can be very close to their work, and outside opinions from critique partners and alpha or beta readers are often very helpful.

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Excellent article!  Makes me think I'm on the right track with my character Emerson.  I put myself in her brain--and she's in mine--quite often. And in various situations--work, social, etc--I'm always figuring out what Emerson would do in a similar situation...

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Several great tips here...
We all put off our work, procrastinate, and get distracted. Ever wonder if there was a way to make those "bad habits" benefit your writing?
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