You didn’t think I was going to start with #1, did you? A countdown is all about getting there! We’ll begin with the better-than-average novels that didn’t quite crack the Top 1o, in no particular order. The Dark Half (1989) Like all the better Stephen King novels, this one’s on the shorter side. Thad Beaumont [...]
Social media can be daunting, particularly if you’re no longer a teenager. Nevertheless, it can be a tremendous tool for the first-time entrepreneur, small business person, or fledgling self-published author. The problem is that the internet can provide an avalanche of information, but finding a really good comprehensive how-to guide on anything can be difficult. [...]
Whether you’re an experienced writer or a neophyte, revision is always a challenge. Writers with book contacts have access to professional editors when they polish their drafts, but how is an indie writer supposed to revise his or her own work? It all comes down to combing through a manuscript with a few editorial principles [...]
About Darryl S. Ellrott
Darryl S. Ellrott has dedicated the majority of his adult life to his two great passions: teaching and coaching. Introduced to the sport of wrestling as a child, he used it as a means to rehabilitate his body from he effects of Cerebral Palsy. This life changing experience inspired Darryl to go into education as a teacher and coach. An author and editor, Darryl has taught young people the ins and outs of English and composition as a twenty year veteran of Georgia's public schools. When he wasn't instructing students on how to build a better essay, he was on a wrestling mat creating championship teams as a long time Middle School coach. Recently retired, he was a 2009 inductee into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, the only Middle School coach in Georgia to have ever been so honored.
Books by Darryl S. Ellrott and Brent Mitchell Wood
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