I am looking for a Critique Partner

Hey everyone! I wanted to just put this out there. I am looking for a Critique Partner so we can share feedback on each other’s novels as we’re working on them. My genres are Paranormal/Romance, Science Fiction/Romance, Fantasy/Romance, and Dystopian/Romance. For those of you who don’t know what a Critique Partner is, it is someone …

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Software for writing – Why I don’t recommend Word to write your whole book

Most people that own a computer know how to use some kind of word processor, whether it is Microsoft Word, Microsoft Works, Apache Open Office, Polaris Office, or Libre Office Writer. I think probably the most used and most well-known would be Microsoft Word. That’s what I use. It is a good program and because …

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Writing down your ideas – The importance of writing it down

I’ve heard people say that if you’re an author, you should always carry a notepad and pen with you wherever you go, just in case you get an idea. They say that if you don’t write it down straight away, you’ll forget it. And it will be gone. Forever. I totally agree. For most of …

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Windows Basics – Icons vs Shortcuts

To be able to use your computer more effectively, you should be familiar with as many of its features as you can. This tutorial covers the basics of icons and shortcuts and is a continuation of the tutorial, Windows Basics – The Taskbar. Icons are small pictures that are used to represent a program or …

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