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Writing Resources: Television

Let’s face it…writing something new, a story that hasn’t been told before just isn’t going to happen. Not in this day and age.

Authors, our job is not to reinvent the wheel. Our job is to entertain, educate, enlighten, and entertain. I know I said it twice but I had to. Entertainment is just that important. It’s the reason most readers (and all of my readers) buy a book.

So, instead of pulling out your hair as you search Goodreads or Amazon in frustration, seeing title after title of that ploy you just KNEW was your original idea, BREATHE! Grab a cup of coffee or tea and let’s hash this out.

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Chasin’ Dreamz Playlist

Every book I write has a playlist that I listen to almost exclusively while I’m writing. I spend almost as much time building this playlist as I do plotting the book and writing the character sketches. It’s that important because without the music to inspire me, nothing would ever get written. This is one of my favorite playlists so far…#2 behind the Untitled playlist…so I thought I’d share.

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A Hustler’s Promise: The Takeover

It’s all about the Benjamins. Sent to Atlanta to expand King’s empire, Jaicyn and Rayshawn have another plan, to reign as King and Queen in the capital of the south. With a multi-million dollar goal and the best product on the market, their mission is a total takeover of the Atlanta drug trade. Nothing or no one will get in their way.

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How to Survive NaNoWriMo without losing your sanity (or hair)

Photo Oct 29, 3 36 35 PMFor newbies and veterans alike, National Novel Writing Month can be a harrowing experience. I’ve done NaNo four times and the first time, I was so stressed that I accepted my defeat and bowed out gracefully after 10 short days.
After having a number of successful books under my bet, I wonder why I get so excited when November comes around and survival means there better be an adequate amount of coffee and #writerfood in the pantry. I’m a successful author so why should I still be trying to crank out 50k words in 30 days? What point am I trying to prove?

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