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You finished your manuscript…what now?

If you just finished NaNoWriMo Camp or perhaps just wrote The End on a manuscript, congratulations! You’ve made it through the first step, you’re over the first big hurdle. Now what? Well, that depends. If you are like some self-published authors you will whip together a cover and publish that bad boy, but I hope…… Continue reading You finished your manuscript…what now?

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Why a Three Star Review isn’t Bad

So, you’ve made it. You finally got that truly critical review of under 4 stars. You start to get a little angry, maybe you’re wondering if they even read it? Maybe they didn’t, but I’d bet they did, and here’s why I think it is a good thing. On Amazon, the three star rating is…… Continue reading Why a Three Star Review isn’t Bad

books · editing · fiction · Kari Trumbo · To Honor and Cherish

It’s That Time of Year Again

I am itching to participate in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). While 50,000 words in one month probably sounds akin to torture for some. I usually put in at least 30,000 words a month, so 50 isn’t a stretch. I have a book plotted out, characters found and saved from a photo site and research…… Continue reading It’s That Time of Year Again