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Feeling Stuck? Focus on a Single Sentence – by Jane Friedman…

Have you ever been stuck in your writing? Read Jane’s article below for her go to method to get unstuck…   Recently, I learned a trick for falling asleep when conditions are not ideal for rest. (I promise this has relevancy for writing, stick…

Friday’s Writing Advice Quote

  “Don’t say it was delightful; make us say delightful when we’ve read the description. You see, all those words (horrifying, wonderful, hideous, exquisite) are only like saying to your readers Please will you do the job for me.” ― C.S. Lewis      

Realistic Writers’ New Year Resolutions — by K.M. Allan

I might make some of these resolutions myself…but resolutions have never been my strong suit…still, K.M. put a smile on my face with her suggestions. Read K.M.’s list below :   An early blog post? The first of two blog posts this week? Is…

Friday’s Writing Advice Quote

  “As a writer, you should not judge, you should understand.” ― Ernest Hemingway  

What Do You Think Are the Most Popular Genres? — from A Writer’s Path

Something to think about when we’re writing. (Not that it will change the genre I write in) Read Jean’s stats below:   by Jean M. Cogdell Is your genre one of the top percenters? I hadn’t given this much thought, until reading a great…

Friday’s Writing Advice Quote

  “Write what should not be forgotten.” ― Isabel Allende      

Things I Ask My Characters — from A Writer’s Path

Samantha’s article adds another layer to fleshing out a character. Read what she has to say below: by Samantha Fenton It’s important to grasp the whole of any character you’re writing. You, as the author, should know your characters better than anyone — even…

#RRBC’s January Books of the Month

How wonderful to have my novel “Sudden Shock” picked as a book of the month by Rave Reviews Book Club. I’ve already picked up Victoria Saccenti’s “Destiny’s Way” to read this month.  RRBC is an amazing group that supports and encourages writers daily. Whether…