Monthly Archives: May 2013

Coming out of the Writer’s Closet

If you’ve always known you’ve wanted to be a writer, went to school for it and have several books published and no other source of income – this post is not for you.  But many of us have had other … Continue reading

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What are Your Kids Reading?

What are Your Kids reading?  Or are you just happy that they are reading at all? When I was 12, my dad “caught” me reading Flowers in the Attic (VC Andrews).  I still remember how angry he was, flipping through … Continue reading

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Do You Write About the People Your Life?

Do You Write About the People in Your Life, and do They Mind? The key to a great novel is character development, right? Absolutely. You can start by knowing your character’s backstory, giving them mannerisms, writing out what their thoughts … Continue reading

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