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Ever feel a little like this guy? I know I do. When I first thought that I might like to write a book, I had a single image in mind. I didn’t know exactly what the story was, but for … Continue reading

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Our last post touched on various authors’ writing processes, with the lesson being, there’s no right way to write. So now that we’ve taken a look at where ideas come from and processes for getting those ideas down, let’s talk … Continue reading

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So I’m not the most consistent blogger, nor do I always feel like I have earth-shattering information to share outside of what you can already find on the magical world wide web. But let’s face it, there’s A LOT of … Continue reading

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Well, this is the big one folks. The post authors dream of writing from day one. And while I considered filling it with exciting gifs and all capped exclamations, I decided instead to open up and share “The Real Life” … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Author Support Blog Hop! When I caught Sharon Bayliss’s announcement, I totally related to some of her struggles, and I know there are many other writers out there who do to. While I’m still working on balancing … Continue reading

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In the United States, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Today, my dear friend shares her story and how her experience filtered into her amazing novel THE DARKNESS OF LIGHT. Guest post by Tammy Farrell reblogged from Deadly Ever After. … Continue reading

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I’m pleased as punch to carry on the magic of The Writing Process Blog Hop. If you’re here, you most likely journeyed from editor/author Kisa Whipkey’s blog Nightwolf’s Corner. If you journeyed from other venues, be sure to check out … Continue reading

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Today’s post features an excerpt from a beautiful short story from one of my CPs, Melody Winter. Those who follow us know we both participated in Project REUTSway’s short story competition last November. This was one of my favorites, and, … Continue reading

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For most of my life I’ve been the kind of person who loves a chance to start over. We moved a few times while I was growing up, and though it was hard, it was a chance to meet new … Continue reading

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Writing Characters With Great Backstories Without the Backstory Reblogged from Kisa Whipkey at Nightwolf’s Corner As an editor, I get to bear witness to all kinds of writing pitfalls. (In fact, I have a post series dedicated to that planned … Continue reading

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