#ReblogAlert – Good Stuff From #StoryEmpire

Some great posts from the wonderfully talented folks at #StoryEmpire this week. If you haven’t already stopped by, here’s what’s been going on:

MONDAY:  Is Your Writing a Business or a Hobby? by Mae Clair. You definitely need to check this one out, especially if keeping track of expenses and how you should be handling your taxes, etc, is a foreign concept you haven’t quite grasped yet. VERY helpful post! You can read Mae’s post HERE.

WEDNESDAY: Show, Don’t Tell by Gwen Plano. This beautifully done post from Gwen struck a real chord with me, as she reminds us that memories are tricky issues and photographs can prove yours might not be as accurate as your recollections would have you think. Good advice here, and some touching photos, too. You can read Gwen’s post HERE.

FRIDAY: Don’t Talk Like That: How to Write Good Dialogue – Tags & Beats: by Harmony Kent. Harmony takes another look at how to write dialogue properly, focusing on beats and tags. This is a real problem area for many writers, and her examples and suggestions are right on target. You’ll definitely want to read Harmony’s post and can do so HERE.

And that concludes my new Friday feature, recapping a great week on #StoryEmpire.  Hope you enjoy these posts as much as I did.

15 thoughts on “#ReblogAlert – Good Stuff From #StoryEmpire

    • Thanks, Sue. I wanted to find a way where I’d be sure not to miss sharing any of these great posts, and a sort of “mini-round up” seemed like a good idea. Hope it works well! 😀

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  1. Thank you, Marcia, for this wonderful post. I’m so honored to be featured on your beautiful site along with other Story Empire writers. Big hugs! 💗

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    • It’s my pleasure, as always, to share the #StoryEmpire posts, Gwen. They are excellent and always have some great tips and inspirational ideas in them. I think doing it this way is going to make it much easier for me not to miss any of them myself, and to pass them along to folks on TWS in a way that will be helpful to them, too. Fingers crossed it works as well as I’m envisioning. 😀

      Happy Easter, Gwen!! 🙂 ❤

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  2. I’m popping in late, but I love the way you put this post together. How wonderful to see the whole week of SE posts recapped here. Lovely, Marcia.
    I’ve bene offline for the holiday weekend, but had to pop in and wish you a Happy Easter! 🙂 ❤

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    • Thanks, Mae! So glad you like this new format/series I’m planning. I’m aiming to do this every Friday, and hopefully, more folks will see it and stop by to visit SE! They won’t be sorry! 😀 And a happy Easter to you, as well, my Penderpal! Have a great week ahead, too! 🙂 ❤

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    • It always is, Jan, and you’re very welcome. It’s fun to pass along these super posts! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by to let me know you appreciate it. 🙂

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