Posts Tagged ‘Writers on Writing’

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Awards: What Every Self-Published Author Needs to Know About the Benefits of Award... — 

December 6, 2016
 

Seriously, Why Do NaNoWriMo? by Jennifer Levine — 

November 29, 2016
 

The Importance of Taking a Break by Kira A. McFadden — 

November 15, 2016
 

Writing While Raising Small Children by Becky Banks — 

November 8, 2016

 

Finding Inspiration by Alix Rickloff — 

August 16, 2016
 

On Writing “The Royal Nanny” by Karen Harper — 

August 2, 2016
 

One Way to Start a Novel by John E. Stith — 

July 26, 2016
 

The Curse of the First Pancake by Shannon Baker — 

July 19, 2016

 

On Cyber-Bullying: With great power comes great responsibility – not just fo... — 

June 28, 2016
 

Ashley Prentice Norton on Writing — 

June 14, 2016
 

In Their Own Words—Giving Voice to Historical Figures in Fiction by Radha Vatsal — 

May 10, 2016
 

The Difficult Centerpiece of Shot in Detroit by Patricia Abbott — 

May 3, 2016

 

Read Millennial Writers by Constance Renfrow — 

April 26, 2016
 

How To Abandon the Rules and Find Your Voice by Lanette Kauten — 

April 12, 2016
 

Creating Absurdist Short Stories by David S. Atkinson — 

March 22, 2016
 

Writing Without Pronouns: How to Create a Believably Androgynous Character by Liv ... — 

March 8, 2016

 

Taking an Adult Time-Out: Writing on Sabbatical by Kenneth Zak — 

December 22, 2015
 

Inspiration by Kim Krans — 

December 8, 2015
 

Who’s in Charge Here? by Jeff Altabef — 

November 17, 2015
 

The Subject of a Zoom Lens by LeeAndra Chergey — 

November 3, 2015

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