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How I Write: Maureen McCoy

Our “How I Write” series asks writers from the University of Louisville community and beyond to respond to five questions that provide insight into their writing processes and offer advice to other writers. 563 more words


My first official Fictorians post

I’ve had five guest blog posts on The Fictorians blog, but tonight (or this morning) is my first official post as a Fictorian myself. So here’s a linky:


About Me and My Ideal Partner

In a vain attempt at shameless promotion of my new book, I recently completed a Smashwords author interview. Writers can choose from a variety of questions or make up their own. 853 more words

Abbie Johnson Taylor

Staying True

Stephen King said once, when asked why he writes what he does, “Why do you assume I have a choice?” Or at the least, that’s pretty darn close to what he said in his book, … 334 more words

writing: tools, process, and Camp NaNo!

I love hearing about how other writers write—their process, quirks, tools of the trade, the whole shebang. Here’s my little contribution to the fold and a brief update on my Camp project.


Author’s Perspective: Interview with Shannon Hale

New York Times best-selling author Shannon Hale (and SCBWI member) has published more than 20 children’s books. Her third Princess in Black book was released earlier this month; this middle-grade chapter book is part of Hale’s latest series. 896 more words

Middle Grade

#writerslife // tag

So once again, I was tagged by no one, but I saw this tag on The Quiet People and felt a dying urge to do it. 642 more words