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HOW TO CREATE A STRONG PASSWORD

JB’s Journal for Authors is a bi-weekly newsletter dedicated to the authors who never have enough time and are crushed by information. The Journal highlights important information to help authors sell books.

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HOW TO CREATE A STRONG PASSWORD AND BEAT THE HACKERS by Charlotte Empey from Avast

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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.

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FEATURED ARTICLE

1/22/19 Release

WRITING DEEP POINT OF VIEW LIKE A PRO: A CHECKLIST by Lisa Hall-Wilson from Writers in the Storm

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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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Spring 2019 Release

WRITING THE AUTHENTIC MODERN WOMAN (especially if you’re a man) by Heather Webb from Writer Unboxed

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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?

2019 Release

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CREATING FICTIONAL SPECIES AND SOCIETIES by September C. Fawkes

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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.

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CHOOSE YOUR WEAPON by John Gilstrap from Killzoneblog

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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.

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ACCURACY VS AUTHENTICITY: FIVE TIPS FOR WRITING IMMERSIVE HISTORICAL FICTION by Joanna Penn from The Creative Penn

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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.

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HOW TO GET TOP AUTHORS TO GIVE ENDORSEMENTS FOR YOUR BOOK by Stephanie Chandler from Nonfiction Authors Association

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INVOLVING THE READER IN CHARACTER BUILDING by Eldred Bird from Writers in the Storm

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THREE SURPRISING GRAMMATICAL CONTRACTIONS by Kyle A. Massa from ProWritingAid

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HOW TO MAKE GOOD DOUGH SELF PUBLISHING by James Scott Bell from Killzoneblog

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CAPTURING COMPLEX EMOTION: A WRITER’S SUPERPOWER by Tamar Sloan from Writers Helping Writers

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