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Legacy

All Jordana wants is to be like her friends instead of her shapeshifter mother who died when she was a kid. So when a stranger claiming to be a scientist offers her a “cure,” she jumps in with no questions. 398 more words

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All the Curves

Ooooh! I loves me a good surprise! Which is why roads that curve intrigue me. Think about it. Anything could be on the other side of the bend. 168 more words

Melia Alexander

4 Analogies for Skiers and Writers

I love skiing, but I hate being cold. That may seem like an untenable conflict, but it’s actually not. You see, I have spent considerable time and energy (not to mention money) creating the perfect layering philosophy. 637 more words

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Is That Good Writing Advice?

When you go on the hunt for writing advice, it’s sometimes hard to tell what’s good advice and what isn’t, at least at first glance. Writers, myself included, operate with good intentions when they try to help others. 782 more words

Meg Dowell

Steven Capps reblogged this on Steven Capps and commented:

I think this is an awesome post idea. I know I have gotten some pretty terrible advice before. In my opinion, writing something for "exposure" is crap. I will write for free for my own blog, and a few other exceptions, but I think that writers who accept exposure instead of money devalue the entire profession. Check out Novelty Revisions to read some other pieces of terrible writing advice.

Happy Birthday Jane Austen!

by Kimberly A. Cook                   (Twitter@  WarriorTales)

Enough of the weather! Let’s get onto important things, like romance. Today is Jane Austen’s birthday, she was a truly amazing author.  114 more words

Warrior Tales

Coming Nov. 18th... Conflict

A novel isn’t a page turner without conflict. Conflict is what keeps us on the edge of seats worried about what will happen next. But managing conflict as a writer–planning it, producing it, keeping it–is an exercise in stamina. 256 more words

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Choose Love

The U.S. election is over. A new president will be sworn in this coming January. For the record, I’m writing this post prior to Election Day so don’t think the results swayed my opinion here. 196 more words

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