the manuscript shredder

I’ve moved

Announcing my new website

M.L. Keller has moved to

Why the move?

While I loved my original site, I kept running into limitations with the free plan.

What does that mean for you?

More content, more often!

While I will continue the Friday articles, I will also be adding new types of content, starting with daily prompts and plot point-wordcount goals for NaNoWriMo throughout the month of November, and a few new surprises for the new year.

Do you have to re-subscribe?

No, I have migrated the subscriber list from the old website to the new one. You don’t have to do anything. Starting today, I will no longer be posting on the old site. That means you won’t get double emails, and you won’t miss a post. You’re all done.

About the ads

Unfortunately, self-hosting isn’t free, so I couldn’t remove all the ads. I’m not expecting to get rich, just trying to break even.

Any affiliate links will be books that I have read and actually recommend. As for the ads, I don’t have control over what will appear on your screen. Since this is a writing site, many will be hybrid publishers and book marketers. I am not partnered with any of these companies so their ads do not equal a recommendation from me. Please investigate any company you’re considering when working toward your publishing goals.

If you’re having problems with the ads, let me know via the “contact me” page. I will see if I can eliminate the category.

Thanks for following

Thank you for following my blog. I have the best followers. You have continually supported me not just with your comments and feedback, but also by sharing articles online to your followers. Your support is the reason this move was possible. Thank you for all you have done to make this blog a success.

M.L. Keller

M.L. Keller is a freelance writer and editor. Her blog "The Manuscript Shredder" is focused on helping emerging writers hone their craft.

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