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Interesting Reading for History Buffs

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As a student of history, I want to share some stories that I find interesting. Hope you enjoy them. You’ll find articles about Archaeology, the Civil War, World Wars One and Two, Naval history and English history. Read more…

Reading Room Links

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I have a Facebook page called Richard’s Reading Room where we discuss books, reading, writing, history and whatever else I find interesting to share with members of the site. The one rule we have is that you must not be rude or use profanity.

From time to time, I want to share some of the links with you here at my website. I hope you find them interesting. You can also add me at Scoop-It and Twitter as well. Read more…

Free Books for Bible Students

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As a lover of books and learning, I crave knowledge gained from reading. If I can get those books for free, all the better.

Here are some resources that I have discovered where bookworms can find free books to download and study, so the hard work of these authors can bear fruit.

Knowledge is a great blessing, and when that information can be used to glorify God, it’s the best of all rewards (Ephesians 3:20-21).

“Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God” (Romans 10:17, NKJV).  Read more…

The Informed Writer

The agony of the Male Novelist

Barbour sells Heartsong Inspirational Novels to Harlequin

How to use an outline while you write your first draft

Three Tips to Consistent Tone

The Geyser 5 Step Approach to Revision

How to Create a Plot Outline

Read more…

The Informed Writer 9/26/10

The Informed Writer [formerly Writer’s Thoughts]  contain links, tips and quotes for writers. We cover the art of writing, publishing and social media. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Eleven Questions for Crafting a Pitch For Your Novel

How to Make Your Point Without  Being Preachy

Five  Secrets To  Help You  Write Like a Pro

Introducing Your  Characters

The Power of the First 250 Words in Your Novel

In  Defense of  Telling [Not Showing]

Novelists Rebel Against Trend of Present Tense Writing

Comment on Other Blogs To Bring  Traffic to  Your Blog

Building Suspense

Elmore  Leonard’s Rules of  Writing

Time Management Tips for Busy Writers

The Informed Writer 9/17/10

The Informed Writer [formerly Writer’s Thoughts]  contain links, tips and quotes for writers. We cover the art of writing, publishing and social media. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Ten Twitter Safety Tips

How to Master Twitter

Word Games

Dialogue Should be Brief

Five Tips to Strengthen Your Scenes

Ten Ways to Improve Your Romance Novel

Story Structures

How to Write Compelling Blog Posts

Twitter Can Make You a Better Editor

How to Fail At Social Media

Improve  Your Narrative Drive

39 Social Media Tools

Tips to Increase Productivity

Writer’s Guide to Twitter

Write a Better About Page

Should You Publicize Rejections?

Shoot Adverbs on  Sight

Writing Good Online Book Reviews

“The secret of it all, is to write in the gush, the throb, the flood, of the moment – to put things down without deliberation – without worrying about their style – without waiting for a fit time or place. I always worked that way. I took the first scrap of paper, the first doorstep, the first desk, and wrote – wrote, wrote…By writing at the instant the very heartbeat of life is caught. [WALT WHITMAN].

“Writing is a solitary occupation. Family, friends, and society are the natural enemies of the writer. He must be alone, uninterrupted, and slightly savage if he is to sustain and complete an undertaking.” [JESSAMYN WEST]

Twitter Links 8/9/10

Twitter: The Ultimate Guide

Retweets dramatically improves  Twitter Influence

Twitter Mapping Tools

Cleaning Up Your Twitter Account

Twelve Vital  Rules in Twitter Networking

An Analysis of MarketMeTweet

How to Get Your Tweets Read

The Average Twitter User

The Twitter Glossary

How to Get Started with Twitter

Twitter Grader – How are you doing?

14o Twitter Marketing Tips

Finding Influential People on Twitter

Create a Poll for Twitter

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Twitter Links

Twitter Unveils Who to Follow Feature

Twitter changes everything in the business, advertising world

Ten ways to use Twitter for marketing

Ten ways to increase your Twitter followers

How to get more Twitter followers

Twitter Applications

How to Be Worth Following

Benefits of Twitter for Bloggers

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