Monthly Archives: June 2013

How Not to Get Hacked or Lose Your Data

I was writing a lovely post about writing and community this morning. And then my plans changed and I spent five hours trying to fix one of my websites. It was hacked. Yep. And I have strong passwords. I’m careful.

Posted in messages from Jean Tagged with: backup tips, how not to get hacked, how to back up your work, how to create a strong password, how to save your writing

Memes: How to Put Together Free Advertising in a Fun Way

I’ve listed five reasons why authors should create a meme as well as what they should put in one over on From the Write Angle today. So if you aren’t sure what a meme is and you want to get

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Character Building Tips for Writers

Now, I’m not talking about how to build your own character, that comes with time and experience and running the gamut of being a writer. (Character seriously clings to you once you dig deep into writing.) But how do you

Posted in writing tips Tagged with: , creating memorable characters,

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