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Writing may be a solitary effort but few can write or publish in a vacuum.

When you're stuck and just need someone to talk it through, give Gabriela Blandy's YouTube channel a thorough browsing. I'd be willing to bet she has some helpful hints and tips, or outright wisdom to impart. And, if you're an American, well, let's just say her charming accent will keep your attention. Gabriela is a brilliant advocate for the writing community. Just click the link in the title line to check out her content!

If you have an edited, proofed, revised work ready to go...and are interested in pursuing traditional publishing, look into Manuscript Wishlist. This site in an invaluable resource for finding agents accepting queries and how to submit your work for consideration. The link in the title will take you to the home page to start your search.

The publishing world is twisty and turny, making it easy to become overwhelmed, disappointed, and feel defeated. Maum's book is an entertaining, reader-friendly expose of the process and what to expect at each step along the way. Available in print and ebook formats. ISBN:978-1-948226-40-0

***The link takes you to Amazon. I do not receive any kickback for your purchase or for this plug. 

Even wildly successful authors occasionally need help sorting out commas, colons, and apostrophes. Baranick's book makes the admittedly dry subjects of grammar and punctuation surprisingly entertaining. Available in print and ebook formats. ISBN:978-1-62873-750-9

***The link takes you to Amazon. I do not receive any kickback for your purchase or for this plug. 

While some of the links are to Amazon, please understand I provide them for convenience of purchase. I will always support purchasing from local booksellers and small businesses. You do you, boo boo.