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Quality vs. Quantity

Quality vs. Quantity by Rita Goldner In the ubiquitous argument about quality vs. quantity, you might not expect me to champion the side of quantity, especially at this season of the year. Surrounded by mounds of cheap tinsel, you might … Continue reading

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There’s no such thing as “ready”

There’s no such thing as “ready” by Shanan Winters Welcome to November! By the time this post goes live, we’ll be one-third of the way into the month, and another several days closer to the end of 2015. Where did … Continue reading

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Now that NaNoWriMo is over, what’s next?

Now that NaNoWriMo is over, what’s next? by Lori Beasley Bradley   For those of you who got a full first draft on paper, Huzzah! For those of you who gave it your all but didn’t quite get there: Good … Continue reading

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Revealing Hard Truths Through NaNoWriMo

Revealing Hard Truths Through NaNoWriMo by Jake Poinier   In principle, it seemed like doing National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) was a good idea. Just 1,667 words a day for 30 days! A terrific support group to help you push … Continue reading

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