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Wordsmith Studio homecoming blog hop number three

It’s been three years since I joined a bunch of fellow platform builders in what became Wordsmith Studio.

Today: blog hop, part the third. 478 more words

Melanie Marttila

Essence of the Wanderer part 26--New Dogs, New Tricks

And here is where I start trying to make some of the random characters I’ve tossed into the background actually useful…

“Kick,” Xia commanded. 2,679 more words

Original

THE EDITING DIARIES (PART 1)

Reblogged from the Chapterhouse blog

Bestselling author Lavinia Collins talks about the process of editing her second trilogy, published with Not So Noble Books, out… 689 more words

Irony

I recently found this awesome blog post by Jim Butcher on NaNoWriMo’s Young Writers Program website. I think it is quite possibly the best post on writing that I have ever read. 140 more words

Authors

Writing inspirations - there ain't room in this town for the Sheriff

One of the less known facts about New Zealand’s colonial days is the fact that we shared what has become known as ‘Pacific rim’ culture – a colonial disapora, driven in part by the hunt for gold, that left places from Victoria to California with very similar look, feel and even people. 37 more words

Writing

Camp NaNoWriMo 2015

Winner, winner, chicken dinner, y’all!

Camp NaNo, which just wrapped up at the end of April is a much more laid back version of the main… 110 more words

Writing

Running and Writing

For me, writing is all about sprints, while making a living as an author is a marathon.

Stick with me as I unpack this extended metaphor a bit… 507 more words

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