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AuThursday - Mary Lingerfelt

Tell us a little about yourself and your background?

I’ve written all my life. I was that weird kid with the glasses who always had her nose in a book. 543 more words

Clog Blog

Character Thoughts (Inner Dialogue)

 How to Write Character Thoughts

Inner conversation is the speech of a character to himself. It helps address the usual questions that the reader is faced with, in the following ways: 287 more words


Guest Blog Post: Colleen M. Story

Book Tour Blog: The All Night Library

Colleen M. Story | Overwhelmed Writer Rescue

  The Truth About What’s Happening to Your Time

One of the most common complaints I hear from writers and other creative artists is that they wish they had more time. 1,303 more words

Overwhelmed Writer Rescue

Becoming a published author is no easy task, there are a lot of different things that go into the making of a book. There is research, planing how your story is going to go and then there is the actual writing. 489 more words

How to get published and make a lot of money*


The joy of writing is in the act of writing itself. To have words appear before you, working together to gradually tell a story, is indeed a pleasure. 911 more words


The Hunt

Inspiration is an imp.

It likes to hide in shadows,

under your nose,

in places you wouldn’t look.

Dare to stray,

go off the beaten path. 35 more words