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Ten Reasons To Read Rooms (And All James L. Rubart Books)

ROOMS.

My all-time favorite modern fiction book by my all-time favorite modern fiction author.

Why? Let me share ten reasons. :)

10. Series or stand-alone. He writes both. 385 more words

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New Release: Hope by Fay Lamb

Hope Astor is literally a starving artist, living off the good graces of her friends as she seeks help for the fatigue that has plagued her for over a month. 254 more words

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Road to Publication #3.5 Another Day...

Another rejection…

At this point in my journey to find a literary agent, I can’t even count how many rejection letters I’ve received (not to mention the ones where if they don’t respond it’s a no). 304 more words

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#FirstDraft60 Day 26: Writing Your Story Scene by Scene #amwriting #nanoprep #nanowrimo

How do you eat an elephant?
One bite at a time.

How do you write a novel?
One scene at a time.

Even for those of us who’ve been doing this for quite some time, it’s tempting when we approach our writing time to think: … 326 more words

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Buying Love by Toni Shiloh

Today we welcome author Toni Shiloh to discuss her latest release, Buying Love.

Hi, Toni! How long have you been writing?

Toni: I’ve been seriously writing since I went back to school in 2010 to get my degree. 553 more words

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Don't Forget: #FirstDraft60 2016 starts 10/02/16! #amwriting #nanoprep #nanowrimo

In case you missed the announcement earlier this week, here’s the original post:

Starting Sunday, October 2, I’m challenging myself—and y’all—to an audacious project: to plan, prep, and write a first draft in 60 days. 491 more words

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#FirstDraft60 2016 starts 10/02/16 -- A Writing Challenge!

Starting Sunday, October 2, I’m challenging myself—and y’all—to an audacious project: to plan, prep, and write a first draft in 60 days. A few of you followed along when I tried this last year (and we all fizzled out there at the end). 486 more words

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