How to Find Great Writing and Publishing Content

I’m a stalker.

I begin every work day with a cup of coffee and my computer, and I spend the next hour or two stalking other writers for great content to share with my Facebook followers.Find Great Writing and Publishing Content

We all have busy lives, and I understand the many reasons writers might not have the time or a desire to spend hours searching for writing tips. That’s why my Facebook page is filled with articles that offer valuable writing and publishing information.

No one person has time to find and read all the amazing content that is posted every single day, and I’m no exception. But I find some real gems that I want to share, and if you haven’t already done so, I invite you to check out Change It Up Editing on Facebook for easy access to information that I believe writers will find helpful, interesting, and sometimes, just plain hilarious.

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Here are just a few of the recent links I’ve posted there:

101 Quick Actions You Can Take Today to Build the Writer Platform of Your Dreams

How Much Does It Cost to Publish a Book? Three Budget Breakdowns

Dialogue Tags

Platform vs. Portfolio

Ten Things You Can Do with Short Stories

If you’re looking for a one-stop place to find writing tips, publishing industry news, and the latest happenings in the publishing world, please “like” Change It Up Editing’s Facebook page and comment often, because the content YOU need is the content I’ll post there. Looking for anything in particular? Be sure to let me know and I’ll try to find it for you!

Happy Writing,


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14 thoughts on “How to Find Great Writing and Publishing Content”

  1. I envy with all my heart stalkers like you, Candace. It’s ridiculous how I must make myself go have a relaxing chat on Facebook or comment the article I loved reading. And that says a person whose favourite activity on a plane is talking to strangers.
    I generally like strangers, despite the little nasty voice in my mind that whispers they’re going to hack me with an axe.
    People. We are weird.

    1. Thanks for the comment, and please don’t be afraid to comment on my Facebook page or this blog–or other blogs, for that matter. Writers are a very supportive group, and while there might be a few trolls out there, I haven’t seen any with axes yet 😉

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