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Is Your Idea Good Enough?

Everyone gets ideas, even if we don’t always carry them through. One barrier to turning an idea into a reality is the question we’ve all asked ourselves at least once: “I like my idea, but is it actually good enough?” 652 more words

Meg Dowell

I Bought A House

Buying a house is like writing a book. You look and look for that right house/story. You find one and start the process, only to find out “bad choice!” Or, worse, someone already got to it first. 345 more words


20K Reads for The Ticket!

My work-in-progress The Ticket just reached 20K reads on Wattpad and 1K Likes. THANK YOU!

Considering I’ve only had about 200 reads of my most popular book “Strangely, Incredibly Good” (I mean copies sold – I hope everyone who bought it read it! 216 more words

About Heather

New Country, Book Recommendations and the Need to Write Again!

Time has flown by too quickly (again!).

It’s been four weeks since I’ve made my move back to Ireland and don’t really know where the time has gone. 399 more words


Does absence make the heart grow fonder ... for your own writing?

Usually when I finish work on a novel, I set it aside and work on something else. Since I also write short stories, I find this a nice way to break from my longer projects. 195 more words

Writing Blog

About the second draft.

I’ve been missing in action from the blog in a month, but not without purpose!

  • I’m going on my third mission trip in July and I’ve been raising support for it until today.
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Writing Fiction

Guest Post: Author Eleni Gage's Four Fabulous Tips For Writing About Someone You Know—And Surviving!

You’ve read the title of this guest post and I feel the universal cringe! If one of your fictional characters is inspired by someone in your real life, either a lot or a little, you’re bound to wonder WHAT WILL THEY THINK? 1,215 more words

Women's Fiction