HOW TO CREATE A STRONG PASSWORD
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HOW TO CREATE A STRONG PASSWORD AND BEAT THE HACKERS by Charlotte Empey from Avast
EDITOR’ S COMMENT: I have never reproduced a commercial blog in the Journal. This subject is too important to pass up. Hackers have become a way of life. Any thing authors can do to beat them is an essential task.
WRITING DEEP POINT OF VIEW LIKE A PRO: A CHECKLIST by Lisa Hall-Wilson from Writers in the Storm
EDITOR’S COMMENT: There are a bucket full of posts on POV. In my judgment, this post is one of the best. Lisa covered sixteen points in the POV arena. Outstanding.
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WRITING THE AUTHENTIC MODERN WOMAN (especially if you’re a man) by Heather Webb from Writer Unboxed
EDITOR’S COMMENT: My next novel on the drawing board is the story of a woman told in first person. Bit of a daunting task. This post has risen up to the absolute must read. What do you think?
CREATING FICTIONAL SPECIES AND SOCIETIES by September C. Fawkes
EDITOR’S COMMENT: This subject has been discussed earlier in the Journal. The post takes a bit of a different perspective and is worthy of a read by fantasy and sci-fi authors.
CHOOSE YOUR WEAPON by John Gilstrap from Killzoneblog
EDITOR’S COMMENT: Interesting post for mystery and thriller authors. The post covers the caliber, barrel length, and concealed weapons. Worthy of a read if a gun is involved in the next plot.
ACCURACY VS AUTHENTICITY: FIVE TIPS FOR WRITING IMMERSIVE HISTORICAL FICTION by Joanna Penn from The Creative Penn
EDITOR’S COMMENT: Don’t write dialogue like you’re Chaucer, and when the truth is stranger than fiction, make use of the perspective. Acknowledging stereotypes is also covered.
HOW TO GET TOP AUTHORS TO GIVE ENDORSEMENTS FOR YOUR BOOK by Stephanie Chandler from Nonfiction Authors Association
INVOLVING THE READER IN CHARACTER BUILDING by Eldred Bird from Writers in the Storm
THREE SURPRISING GRAMMATICAL CONTRACTIONS by Kyle A. Massa from ProWritingAid
HOW TO MAKE GOOD DOUGH SELF PUBLISHING by James Scott Bell from Killzoneblog
CAPTURING COMPLEX EMOTION: A WRITER’S SUPERPOWER by Tamar Sloan from Writers Helping Writers