Technology and Social Media, Is It Making Us Forget About Copyrights — PI Photography and Fine Art

In the fast paced world of technology and sharing, are people forgetting what a copyright is and why it exists? The more our business grows and the more exposure we get online, the more we are dealing with copyright issues. We are two weeks into June and we’ve had three issues that we have had […]

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Bill Sienkiewicz Speaks Out Against Fox Studios’ San Diego Comic-Con Dazzler Giveaway – Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movie, TV News

Once upon a time, comic book artist Bill Sienkiewicz drew The Dazzler comic. When making the X-Men Apocalypse movie, they filmed a scene with the young X-M

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3 Simple Rules of Writing Well: Wisdom from the Writer’s Journal — I came for the soup…

Being a committed writer requires the following of 3 simple rules. Some might think they are related to grammar, or content, or even word count. Although all these things have their precious place, they are NOT the most important rules of writing. Rule Number 1. WRITE: Yes, that’s right. It’s your right to write, so […]

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How to write a book proposal (off topic, but hopefully helpful posts #1) — Republic or Death

I get asked, bizarrely frequently, how to get a book published. Bizarrely because I’m not J K Rowling; I’m someone who’s written a moderately successful book on national anthems! But if I can help, I will, so how did I get a deal? If I’m being honest, one of the key moments was when an agent approached me […]

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Thought Catalog: 21 Harsh But Eye-Opening Writing Tips From Great Authors — Spelling, punctuation, and grammar – Oh my!

A lot of people think they can write or paint or draw or sing or make movies or what-have-you, but having an artistic temperament doth not make one an artist. Even the great writers of our time have tried and failed and failed some more. Vladimir Nabokov received a harsh rejection letter from Knopf upon […]

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Novel-Writing 101: Getting Through the “Crazy Phase” — Millie and Magic

So—you’re writing a novel. You have a magnificent idea. A magnificent plot. Magnificent characters. Maybe you even have a magnificent first draft (though first drafts can rarely be called “magnificent”). Yet despite the fact that you’ve been working on this novel… A month? Six months? A year? Two years? You still feel as if it’s […]

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Publishing a Book – Part two

All the characters in my book had the same names as my cousins. I have a lot of cousins. This was completely unintentional. When I write a story, it’s like watching a film, I see what is happening in my head and write it down. When a new character arrives, I pluck a name quickly […]

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