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What to Write When the Mood Doesn’t Strike!

What to Write When the Mood Doesn’t Strike! by Marcus A. Nannini We all find ourselves in situations where we must write out of obligation, rather than for our own edification and joy. If I’m lucky, the writing obligation is … Continue reading

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Longshot: Jim Butcher’s Road to Publishing

Longshot: Jim Butcher’s Road to Publishing by Ellen Buikema Jim Butcher, author of the Dresden Files series, the Codex Alera series, and the new Cinder Spires series, is one of my favorite authors. I enjoy his humor, character development, and … Continue reading

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More on first lines — an author share hers

More on first lines — an author share hers by Brenda Whiteside   The first few lines of a novel may be the most important in a book, though that isn’t necessarily the case for a reader. It’s highly unlikely … Continue reading

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