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Edward Bearly
The Woods
Left the woods to escape the children.
Interests: writing, helping writers get published, helping writers get paid, reading, discovering new authors, discussing books
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Yeah, right. Of course we judge a book by it's cover all the time. Unless you are specifically searching for a particular type of information and there is only one book on that subject you will pick up whichever book has the most attractive cover to look at first. Everytime.... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 15, 2010 at Read Write Publish
A pitch letter is sent to an agent, sometimes an editor, to pitch your idea for a book. This can be a bit hazardous because you cannot copyright ideas, see what is copyright when it comes to ebooks, it is probably best to also include some thing which looks like... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 12, 2010 at Read Write Publish
I totally enjoyed the book again but I was also reading it to study how Tolkein wrote it. The craft of writing is a learned one as I wrote in a previous post titled The Fastest Way to learn to write well is... and that is why I chose to... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 11, 2010 at Read Write Publish
Now, as you can see, I have probably breached the fair use rules for that page but not for the whole site. I believe that since this is not paid content and that I have provided a link to the page in question that the Fair Use rules are complied... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 8, 2010 at Read Write Publish
Seriously. The best way to learn how to develop plots, how to develop characters, how to craft a story, how to transition from one chapter to the next and all those other things which make up a good story is to read good writers. via www.bearlybooks.com I don't know why... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 7, 2010 at Read Write Publish
All the tools to get your book published and for sale, today...for free. http://www.bearlybooks.com Continue reading
Posted Mar 16, 2010 at Read Write Publish
Edward Bearly is now following Stefan G. Bucher
Mar 16, 2010
I'm sure I heard that second one when my car broke down on a very long and lonely road somewhere in Northern Queensland during the wet season. It was pitch black, Vin Diesel was nowhere near, the water from the floods was lapping both sides of the bitumen, and I could hear that monster and friends buzzing in the dark. I think they were discussing whether to eat me there or take me away. This is one of the many stories I haven't yet written for http://www.bearlybooks.com but there is one on driving in France which you may enjoy drawing a monster for. Thanks for your drawings, I have always enjoyed Real Monsters and yours fit.
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Edward Bearly is now following The Typepad Team
Mar 16, 2010