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Every Drop Counts

Amy Vickers takes Julia Maurus through the journey that led her to write the United States’ water efficiency bible.

‘I always felt a strong affinity for water,’ Amy Vickers says of her decision to build a career in water planning. 1,291 more words

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Indie Author Day

“Writers aren’t exactly a person a whole bunch of people trying to be one person.” Scott Fitzgerald

I believe Fitzgerald’s quote to be especially true for indie published writers. 156 more words

Charting A Path

A Tale of Two Talks

I recently attended two events featuring local writers.   Both intended to illuminate the journey of community movers and shakers in hopes of inspiring others.  While both events were well-attended only one was a success, the other a disappointment. 385 more words

Charting A Path

Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows

Academic and animal protection activist Melanie Joy (Ph.D., Ed.M.) took time out of her busy speaking tour schedule to chat to Julia Maurus about writing, ideology and the controversy of eating horse meat. 1,255 more words

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Writer Talks: Demet Divaroren

I was recently interviewed by the lovely Nadia L King as part of her Writer Talks blog series about the turbulent yet wonderful journey that is writing. 948 more words


The Poster Boy of e-Publishing

Julia Maurus discovers the success strategies of American Hugh Howey, the self-published author turned millionaire behind the hit trilogy Wool.

Hugh Howey knew his best chance of being a successful author was online. 1,287 more words

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Sally Collings: Extreme Editor

Sally Collings is an extreme editor. Being a professional ghost writer and co-writer is one thing but, for Collings, extreme editing is what it really comes down to. 1,377 more words

Writer Interviews