What Authors Can Learn from Box Office Bombs

It takes a village to raise a child. It takes a small city to make a movie. Directors, actors, producers, cameramen, extras, set designers, costume designers...when you go see Avengers Endgame in a couple of weeks and you’re sitting through the credits waiting for that post-credit scene, try to keep track of how many people …

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Reblog: Indie Book Month — Promote Your Books — charles french words reading and writing

(https://pixabay.com) On Twitter, there is a movement called #IndieApril, so I thought it was a good idea to import to WordPress. Independent writers are the growing force in publishing, so please take this opportunity to publicize and promote your work! I want to offer an opportunity for all writers who follow this blog to share […] …

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Why the Urge to Jump in on Food Shaming Means you Should Re-evaluate your Life

So. #Bagelgate is a thing. If you are not caught up on your utterly inane internet controversies, someone tweeted about bread-sliced bagels - that is, bagels that are sliced into thin strips like a loaf of bread. For whatever reason, the internet hive mind decided that this was the next Big Food Controversy, on par …

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