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Cook a Book with These Ingredients for Success

Cook a Book with These Ingredients for Success by Mary Ellen Stepanich I belong to several different writers’ groups. Some people might think I suffer from a form of overkill. But I believe each group offers a different perspective on … Continue reading

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How to Give Feedback … and Avoid Killing the Writer

How to Give Feedback … and Avoid Killing the Writer by Mary Ellen Stepanich Before I retired, I was a professor of Organizational Behavior. I always said to my students, “I’m very organized, but my behavior leaves a lot to … Continue reading

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The Power of the Group: Which authors/writers group should you join?

The Power of the Group: Which authors/writers group should you join? by Laura Orsini Authors and writers groups are plentiful. A search of Meetup.com for the keyword “author” reveals more than 2,000 groups worldwide. Of course, some of those are book … 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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To Meetup or not to Meetup

TO MEETUP OR NOT TO MEETUP by Lewis Hellyer   Writers, especially new ones, but even those who have been published for a while, sometimes wonder how a Meetup group might benefit them. I’m still a “newbie,” and I see … Continue reading

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