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Patty Wiseman: Where It All Started

Originally posted on Phyllis A. Still:
This month’s guest blog post is from Award Winning Patty Wiseman who writes stories of strong women overcoming insurmountable odds. From historical to contemporary these romantic and suspenseful tales carry the message of survival…

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Guest Post: 8 Tips to Create Your Writer’s Resume by Jennifer Scott

8 Tips to Create Your Writer’s Resume by Jennifer Scott Writing a writer’s resume is very different from writing a resume in other fields. There are specific types of information you should include. Writer’s resumes are typically used when applying … Continue reading

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Writing Past a Problem

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Lev Raphael Working on my most recently published book, I ran into a significant problem.  To move the novel forward, I needed my protagonist to have a confrontation with a minor…

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Why Writing is Hard, and Why We Should Appreciate It

At the clinic where I work, one of the things we teach students of all ages and levels, adults and university students included, is how to write effectively. At tonight’s in-house professional development workshop for our teachers, the presenters opened … Continue reading

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When Did You Begin to Write?

When did you first begin to write, and who or what inspired you? What age were you? What did you write? What were your greatest obstacles? Tell us your story in the comments. Aaand go! To get the ball rolling, … Continue reading

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How to Handle Book Reviews: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Kate M. Colby Book reviews are the lifeblood of books. A healthy rating encourages potential readers to buy, makes an author eligible for merchandising from retail sites, and improves a book’s…

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Richard Weatherly: Photographer, Author, Poet

Today, instead of an interview, I am posting a gallery of Richard Weatherly’s beautiful photographs. Below that is a write-up on Richard Weatherly’s book, awards, and recognition. Richard enjoys writing, photography, blogging, long walks, and poetry. He is retired and … Continue reading

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14 Tips to Inspire Your Writing

Writers, where do you get your inspiration? Do you ever suffer from writer’s block? For a writer at heart, especially a fiction writer, everything—absolutely everything—is fodder, or raw material that can be shaped into a story. This can apply to … Continue reading

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