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10 Questions: Heather Howland, Entangled Publishing

Posted on Oct 17, 2018 by   No Comments Yet | Posted in Interview · Passionate Ink

Welcome to 10 Questions! Each month, we talk to a different member of the Passionate Ink community to ask them 10 questions about writing. Today, we’re thrilled to welcome Heather Howland, senior editor and co-founder of Entangled Publishing.  After years of editing in the legal, industrial, and technical sectors, Heather Howland packed up her desk… Read More »

Helpful Tools To Utilize On Your Publishing Journey

Posted on Apr 23, 2015 by   1 Comment | Posted in Passionate Ink · Writing Advice

The fabulous Charity Parkerson and fellow Passionate Ink member has written a series of posts on the truths of advertising. Check out part three here. Her posts includes a list of recommended editors, book formatters, marketing agencies, tour agencies, personal assistants and more. Charity has even included a tidbit on why she finds value in… Read More »

Head Hopping Loses Readers by Tonya Kinzer #writingtips #pubtips @PassionateInk

Posted on Feb 26, 2015 by   1 Comment | Posted in Passionate Ink · Writing Advice

Have you ever wondered why some books are a faster read than others? Or perhaps why some books are a bit more confusing and harder to read and follow than other books? Think back on the last book you put down and never finished. Open it up and reread a few paragraphs again and see… Read More »