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LOSS CAN STRENGTHEN YOUR WRITING

IN MEMORY OF NALA Decades after high school and college, my husband and I were packing up to move to our “dream house.” (Hint: that was four homes ago, which tells you dreams are not always what you think they … Continue reading

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Writing Down the Bones

Source: Writing Down the Bones Laurie Buchanan’s latest post is a reminder that, as writers, we must also make time for reading.

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CHILDHOOD SUMMERS OF YORE

A lot of what I write about draws from personal experiences. Usually those experiences don’t translate precisely onto the page, but rather are selected pieces that fit a particular story line. Since I grew up in the fifties and sixties, … Continue reading

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On Muslim Women’s Day, let’s just remember they’re human too.

Source: On Muslim Women’s Day, let’s just remember they’re human too. I felt this was an important post to share, given the limited information and misconceptions among many Americans.

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Insight Updates on E-book Sales

Once again, I’d like to refer you to a post on Jane Friedman’s blog site, with an update on the status of e-book sales she posted last year: https://janefriedman.com/myth-print/  

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Helpful E-book Publishing Info

Jane Friedman’s latest blog provided useful information about the process for publishing an e-book: https://janefriedman.com/how-to-publish-an-ebook/

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The writer’s rollercoaster

I found this post by Sue Vincent to be interesting, entertaining, and all too familiar. I thought some of you could relate to it also! ******* I recently came into contact with a writer. Nothing unusual about that around here, … Continue reading

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