M.L. Shafer and “The House on Crooked Pond”

Posted on January 30, 2017 under Author Blogs
 
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    M.L. Shafer tells us about her book, The House on Crooked Pond, a family saga spanning several generations. Please tell us about your book . . . The House on Crooked Pond: A Cape Cod Family Saga is …

iUniverse presents writing tips from F. Scott Fitzgerald

Posted on January 29, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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      F. Scott Fitzgerald’s reputation soared in the 1920s’ with novels such as Tender is the Night and This Side of Paradise, and his The Great Gatsby remains one of the most canonical works of American Literature. While …

C.L. Sherman and her next “Ocean Depths” installment!

Posted on January 24, 2017 under Author Blogs
 
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        iUniverse author C.L. Sherman returns with the second book in her Ocean Depths series, Ocean Depths A Time, and also mentions some of her excellent awards! Please briefly describe your book . . . In 2010, …

iUniverse presents guidance on word counts

Posted on January 22, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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          One of the most daunting aspects of writing a novel is the sheer amount of words required. For most people, the most they’ve ever written has been their final research paper at university, and they …

Monet Hall discusses “Finding Grace” and recent interview!

Posted on January 20, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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            iUniverse author Monet Hall discusses her new book, Finding Grace, as well as her recent interview with San Antonio Living! Please briefly describe your book . . . Finding Grace is a play by …

Tips on writing Regency fiction — Part Two

Posted on January 15, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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              In our first installment, iUniverse outlined the hierarchies in Regency England as well as the importance of social norms. Today, we look at the day-to-day lives of people in this era and potential …

The Six Sigma approach to writing your book

Posted on January 13, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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                Those who work in operations departments or logistics will be familiar with “Six Sigma”, a methodology of process improvement and overall efficiency. Developed in the 1980s by Motorola and Toyota, Six Sigma …

Tips on writing Regency fiction

Posted on January 8, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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                  Over the past three decades, an immense interest has been taken in novels that take place during the Regency period, i.e. the early 1800s in England. Today, iUniverse provides guidance on …

Recognition for Scheller’s “Try to Remember – Never Forget”

Posted on January 4, 2017 under iUniverse News
 
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                    Sandra Scheller’s Try to Remember – Never Forget, written with her mother Ruth Sax, has achieved splendid recognition since its publication in October. The book is the story of Ruth’s …

Suggestions on Reading – To Improve your Writing! Part 2

Posted on January 3, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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                      In our first installment, iUniverse discussed ways to find time in our extremely frenetic schedules to read and finish a book. Today, iUniverse gives advice on what to read …

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