Veronica Scott

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RU 2017: Happy Holidays and Thank You for Your Support

TweetWe made it through another year! In 2017, we published 135 new posts written by our very generous contributors. We hope our content has given you inspiration and food for thought. We’d like to express […]

Need Social Media Content to Share? Try Hashtags! By Veronica Scott

Tweet I’m old enough to know that a # was used exclusively as number or pound sign, but since the advent of Twitter,  the # takes on a whole different meaning. RU Contributor Veronica Scott shares […]

Do you YASIV? A Primer on Amazon Products Visualization – by Veronica Scott

Tweet RU contributor Veronica Scott returns with an informative post on YASIV. What’s YASIV? Read on.  I’m a very visual person and I learn better the more pictures there are. Marketing is such an important […]

Audiobooks: What You Should Know – by Veronica Scott

RU Contributor Veronica Scott discusses factors you should consider if you’re thinking about creating audiobooks. Since June is Audiobook Month, I thought I should devote my post to that topic. First, some relevant statistics from […]

Veronica Scott: The Importance of Cover Design

Tweet RU Contributor Veronica Scott starts the week off with an in-depth discussion on book covers. Welcome back, Veronica! “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” said George Eliot in The Mill on the Floss. […]

Strategic Planning by Veronica Scott

Tweet Today’s topic is the perfect way to start off the New Year. RU Contributor Veronica Scott discusses the advantages and the reality of setting goals. I wasn’t sure if a post on how I […]

Meet my Characters – All of Them at Once by Veronica Scott

TweetAuthor Veronica Scott returns with a post on the meet and greet that happens in the first chapter. When you walk into a large party or business meeting with dozens of people in attendance you […]

Adding Stage Business to Your Story by Veronica Scott

TweetPlease welcome back author Veronica Scott. Today, Veronica talks about the difference between creating dialog for your characters and giving them direction. The players in your stories have dialog, they have action, but have you […]

Veronica Scott presents: Where Does Your Story Actually Begin?

TweetA story starts on page one, right? This post by author Veronica Scott will make you think about where your story really starts… Welcome back, Veronica! Where does your story actually begin? “Once upon a […]

Creative Research by Veronica Scott

TweetVeronica Scott, award-winning author and SciFi Encounters columnist for USA Today’s Happily Ever After blog, discusses her various research methods and explains why info-mining and plotting go hand-in-hand.  Even when the world you’re writing about […]

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