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HOW TO OVERCOME EMOTIONAL ROADBLOCKS IN WRITING

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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FEATURED ARTICLE

HOW TO SMASH FOUR ROADBLOCKS THAT PREVENT YOU FROM WRITING by Todd Matthews from Live Write Thrive

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EDITOR’S COMMENT: It has been the policy of the Journal to avoid publishing posts on the emotional side of writing. I thought this post was too good to pass up and may be of benefit to authors. Procrastination, judgment rejection and failure are discussed.

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Publish date January 22, 2019

FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK

THREE CREATIVE TRICKS TO FIND YOUR CHARACTER’S VOICE by Jeff Elkins

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EDITOR’S COMMENT: Interesting post with the idea of putting the MC on the couch  and review what makes the MC an individual worthy of a novel. Included is reviewing the MC’s morning routine and mood spectrum.

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Publish date, spring 2019

BONUS

 GUEST POST: FIVE THINGS READERS CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING THEIR NEXT BOOK by Nate Hoffelder from The Digital Reader

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EDITOR’S COMMENT: The description, price, cover, reviews and length are discussed.

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Publish date, fall 2019

HOW TO USE FALSE EYEWITNESS TESTIMONY IN #THRILLERS by Sue Colleta from Killzoneblog

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EDITOR’S COMMENT: Interesting post. What exactly did the witness view at the crime scene? The actions witnessed by the bystander and weapons used are included in the discussion.

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Publish date, 2020

THREE CREATIVE TRICKS TO FIND YOUR CHARACTER’S VOICE by Jeff Elkins

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PAGE LAYOUT AND DESIGN ELEMENTS by Cathi Stevenson from the Book Cover Designer

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SURPRISE AND SUSPENSE: HOW TO MAKE A STORY SUSPENSEFUL by Joslyn Chase TheWritePractice

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FUNNY YOU SHOULD ASK: HOW FAST-FACED SHOULD A THRILLER NOVEL BE? by Katelyn Summers from Writers Digest

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SCARE TACTICS: SEVEN TRICKS FOR WRITING TERRIFYING HORROR FICTION & MONSTER STORIES by Jessica Page Morrell from Writers Digest

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SEVEN THINGS YOU NEED IN A WRITING PARTNER by Gila Green from Writers Write

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