Writers: Try Anyway

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I wanted to share one important lesson I’ve learned in both writing and in life, today on this most important of days…

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The Good Things (October, Part II)

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Happy Friday. It’s been a week of lots of writing and too little sleep. It’s also been a week of slight panic at how “old” I am and how I haven’t accomplished some things (namely, marriage, children, and careers as authors) that others my age have…

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To NaNo or Not To NaNo: That Is The Question

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November is coming. For some people, that means Thanksgiving and holiday shopping (if you’re a non-procrastinator, which I definitely am not.) For writers, it means something else….

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Writing Tip: What Your First Draft Should Look Like

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I’m currently in the process of first-drafting a new manuscript, something I haven’t done in over a year. And I’m quickly remembering all the fun that can be had with first drafts–and also, all the challenges

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