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Does a writer need an MFA degree?

There has always been a debate about this topic. Does a writer need an MFA degree? The answer is NO. You don’t need one and you don’t need an MFA to get an agent or to get published. 385 more words


My Writing Process

Thank you to SHARON BOOTH for inviting me to join The Blog Tour. Sharon is a member of the RNA NWS (Romantic Novelists’ Association New Writers Scheme.) You can read all about Sharon’s writing process Here: … 1,082 more words

The Last Counseling Session of Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs

Deacon Reynolds leaned back in his leather office chair, the image of relaxed authority. Determined not to make eye contact, he steadied his gaze on the second hand of the clock just behind his parishioner’s heads. 425 more words


Writing Around The World

You may remember me mentioning the fact that I rekindled my love for writing when I started my first blog, From Casinos To Castles. This blog was created as a way to document my journey of taking a huge leap of faith in becoming an expatriate. 335 more words


Giving Back...#atozchallenge

Maybe I’m biased but I see authors at being one of the best at giving back to their own communities (and any community that needs it, really). 491 more words

AC Willis

Featured Poet: Heather Sadiechild Harris

Heather Sadiechild Harris is a writer who has been featured in an anthology which also, for better or worse, included some of my essays and poems.   369 more words


What the Acknowledgment Page Reminds Me

I’ve taken to reading the Acknowledgments page in every book I read.

Before I became a writer, I would get to the end of the book and flip the cover closed – leaving behind the part where the author thanked this person and that person for helping to craft the novel. 549 more words

Julie Glover