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Write On, Wednesday: Interview with author Sarah Cornwell of WHAT I HAD BEFORE I HAD YOU

By Leslie Lindsay

I am just thrilled to have Sarah Cornwell debut author of WHAT I HAD BEFORE I HAD YOU. Mothers. Daughters. Family bonds. Throw in a little bipolar and psychic action and I’m so there. 1,997 more words

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Write On, Wednesday: The Symptoms of Resistance

By Leslie Lindsay

I have a serious bout of Resistance. Do you know what I am talking about? Here are the symptoms:

  • I want to work on my novel-in-progress, but I don’t think I can do through the steps of opening up the Word Document.
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Write On, Wednesday: Lacy Crawford, author of EARLY DECISION!

By Leslie Lindsay

I am thrilled and honored to have Lacy Crawford, author of EARLY DECISION (William Morrow, 2013) with us today. Being a Chicago-based writer, I related to much to witnin the pages of this book . 1,677 more words

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Write On, Wednesday: Debut Literary Thriller Author Laura McHugh!

By Leslie Lindsay

I am absolutely, 100% thrilled to welcome Laura McHugh, debut author from my home state of Missouri! “Show Me Girls” (and boys; see Matt Wertz’s interview on song writing) have gotta stick together…kind of like family, as they do in Laura’s new release THE WEIGHT OF BLOOD. 966 more words

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Coming Up: Authors! Books! Give-a-ways! Interviews!

By Leslie Lindsay

Don’t you just love, love, love a good book?  How about when that writer is equally cool? And she graciously offers a complimentary copy? 158 more words

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Write On, Wednesday: Worldbuilding Idea 672

By Leslie Lindsay

According to Wikipedia, worldbuilding is the process of contructing an imaginary world, sometimes associated with a fictional universe. The term is often used in conjunction with science fiction, but in no way is limited to this genre. 364 more words

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Write On, Wednesday: Debut Crime Writer Elizabeth Heiter Shares her Profiling Love & New Book!

By Leslie Lindsay

I’ll admit to being a voracious reader. But I have one guilty pleasure: my couch, a bowl of ice cream, and an episode of “Criminal Minds.” Since today happens to be Wednesday, debut psychological crime writer Elizabeth Heiter (HUNTED, Mira, 2013) is here with us to talk about her fascination with crimial profiling, getting that first book out, what’s obsessing her and more!  1,946 more words

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