Laina Turner, Author
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Building Your Author Street Team
Building Your Author Street Team

You should start building your author street team before your first book is ever published. As an author having a street team, a tribe, a group of people who love your work is tantamount to your success. For several reasons and not just the obvious. Having a support system in life is important. You want […]

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Have You Tried?
Have You Tried?

Have you ever thought, OH MY GOD I want to do that? I want to travel the world. I want to open my own business. I want to change careers. But then you say, or think to yourself, immediately. I can’t. I can’t because… I don’t have the money. I don’t have the time. I […]

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how to manage your emails
how to manage your emails

Do you stress over how to manage your emails? I’m sure I’m not the only one who gets way too many emails in the course of a day. Hour. Minute. All of which seem to want something from me. I feel I only read/act on 1 out of every 10 and continuously am checking my […]

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Adulting is HARD!
Adulting is HARD!

Do you ever feel like you don’t want to adult anymore? I do. It’s so overrated. I would take childhood over this any day! Who’s with me?! Isn’t it crazy that when you’re a kid, you can’t wait to become an adult? You think life will be such a breeze. You can do what you […]

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Quacks and Quarrels a Presley Thurman Cozy Mystery Free Chapter
Quacks and Quarrels a Presley Thurman Cozy Mystery Free Chapter

Chapter 1 Download The Book Now “Well, Bella old girl, I can’t believe we’re doing this,” I said to my drooling sidekick as she lounged in the passenger seat of my borrowed red pickup truck. She barely looked in my direction, her eyes heavy with sleep. I chuckled to myself, shook my head, and then […]

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Become An Author and Write Your Rough Draft
Become An Author and Write Your Rough Draft

Are you ready to become an author and write your rough draft? Writing the rough draft is, in my opinion, the best part of the writing process. Whether you write from an outline or by the seat of your pants, it’s the part that’s the freest from constraints. You know you’re going to be revising […]

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