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Are you telling the story you want to tell?

If you are telling the story you want to tell, congratulations. You must feel fulfilled as a writer.

As I was compiling my most recent story, I got to the point where I realized I had told everything about this story I had wanted to tell. 528 more words

Indie Author

What Every Writer Should Be Thankful For

I was sitting around trying to figure out how to not only do the required Thanksgiving week post but to give you guys some writing advice and after awhile, I figure out how to do both. 491 more words

Advice

Checking In (With the Writers)!

November, as some of you surely know, is National Novel Writing Month! Although I am not participating this year, I have done so in the past, and I know how hard it’s getting right about now. 427 more words

Books

Indie Authors: Where Are They Now? (Part 5)

If not for my decision to read all the books in John L Monk’s awesome indies project, I would never have read page one of  621 more words

Indie Authors

I'm Sorry, Dave

I’ve finished nine novels, but I’ve probably started a hundred.

Not a hundred different ones. Just the same ones, multiple times. And that’s where I am now. 682 more words

Writing

Writing Outside The Box

I was having a conversation with someone earlier and we were talking about Supernatural’s 200th episode, FanFiction. And the question came, “what is fanfiction?”

After staring at them for a second, I did explain to them what it was. 476 more words

Advice

Killing Them Softly (Not): How I Transitioned to Writing Horror

Today I’m blogging at Flying Turtle Publishing. Check out my post at Flying Turtle.

Above photo, A Groaning Too Deep For Utterance by bluecinderella, courtesy of Creative Commons.

Michelle McGill-Vargas