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Conflict: Elixir of the Muse for Timeless Stories Readers Can’t Put Down - written by Kristen Lamb

Author Kristen Lamb writes about conflict and why it’s important for our stories. Thank you very much Kristen. I’m learning so much reading your blog and I’m convinced I’m not the only one. 211 more words

A Letter to Daymond John: Robots Rise When Imagination Dies - written by Kristen Lamb

Kristen Lamb writes about imagination and robots and how the one can replace the other… Thank you for your insight and wisdom Kristen.

Imagination is fundamental to success in, well, pretty much everything. 198 more words

What Chef Ramsay Would Say About Writing - written by Kristen Lamb

Kristen Lamb, one of my favorite writer’s, an amazing teacher, fantastic blogger and wonderful person, writes about current struggles in her writing profession.

The past few months have been tough. 239 more words

Battle of the Book Business: Publishing Cold War is Ending - written by Kristen Lamb

Kristen Lamb teaches us about book business and predictions. Thanks so much for all you do for us Kristen!

Ah, the book business. So many shifts and changes since the day I set out to become a novelist…and ended up a social media expert, blogger, teacher and self-appointed author crusader. 140 more words

Wounded: Why Pain & Wounds are Vital for Fiction - by Kristen Lamb

Kirsten Lamb informs us about why pain and wounds are vital for fiction. Thank you very much for another educational blog post! You’re great!

Ah, the masks we wear. 207 more words

Breaking Big: How to Impress Big Five Publishers - written by Kristen Lamb

Kristen Lamb writes about how to impress the BIG FIVE. Definitely worth reading! Her knowledge of the writing world and impressive blog posts and her willingness to share with us newbies is admirable. 206 more words

Writer or Psychopath? Top Reasons Authors are Commonly Mistaken for Serial Killers - by Kristen Lamb

Kristen Lamb publishes a great blog post about the difference between authors and serial killers. I love her blog. She teaches with so much knowledge and humor, incomparable! 237 more words