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Wednesday Writers Welcomes Christina Kirby

Today Wednesday Writers welcomes Christina Kirby to the blog. Christina, please tell the readers about the book that is being showcased today.

Running Home is the second book in my Warm Springs Trilogy and picks up one year after book one. 1,849 more words

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Relishing Rejection with Julie

TODAY’S BREW: Target brand anything. It’s my favorite morning coffee.

By Julie

This week begins the dreaded querying. This is the process by which a writer boils down the book they’ve poured their heart into for a bunch of months into a letter that is one part storytelling, one part ass kissing, one part making yourself sound like you somehow enjoy writing query letters. 1,204 more words

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Running Home documentary comes to Minneapolis

Meet us at the movies, readers! Co-sponsored by Little Laos on the Prairie, Running Home will be screening this Friday, June 19th, 2015 at 7:00PM at… 122 more words

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JULIE ANNOUNCES ALL THE THINGS!

TODAY’S BREW: The Vanilla of France

By Julie

Holy mother of all Hell and creatures of many shapes and sizes, I HAVE THINGS TO SAY. So many of them, I cannot fit them all here but I will goddamn try. 425 more words

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Worldbuilding: Preparing to Build Your World with Julie

TODAY’S BREW: Fancee coffee from Mistobox because Sam won’t let me go to the store to get cheap stuff, and hasn’t for 3 days.

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Then and Now: The Evolution of the Synopsis

Today’s Brew: Iced Honey Vanilla Tea. The obsession continues.

by Kristen

For some reason, this blog post always gets a ton of hits. We get a lot of searches for “the hardest paragraph to write.” The hardest paragraph to write is actually the one I’ve been dicking around all day instead of really concentrating on what I’m supposed to be doing, but whatever. 588 more words

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A New Runner's Birth Story

As we relax with our newest little runner, we are reflecting on how much what we believe influences what we do. Our son was born early but healthy last week and we are deeply grateful for God’s hand in teaching us principles of health and movement. 350 more words

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