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Prepping Your Ideas (And Yourself) For NaNo

If you know me, you know I’m always working on my series, officially titled DEAD MAGIC, known on twitter as #guardiansWIP. These new developments mean I’m always making new drafts, and what’s better for drafting than NaNoWriMo? 859 more words

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Writer Interview-Maureen Bonatch

Tell me about your latest book.

Evil Speaks Softly is the first book of The Nightwalkers series. It’s a paranormal romance that explores the possibilities of what goes bump in the night. 524 more words

Charting A Path

When You Love Being a Writer, But Don't Love Writing

Okay. Admit it.

Even if this isn’t you all the time, you’ve had these moments. We all have.

Sometimes, you really enjoy being a writer. 513 more words

Meg Dowell

Wunderkids Blog Tour: Jacqueline Silvester's top 5 tips for writing character back stories and 5 reasons why Wunderkids needs to be your next read!

Okay, so that is the longest blog post title ever to be to written, ever. Well, maybe. I all honesty I could bring myself to include either of the two topics mentioned because they are so necessary! 1,273 more words

5 Websites That Will Pay You to Write - From the Maltese Tiger blog

Date: October 19, 2017Author: themaltesetiger0 Comments

If you’re like me you love to write, really, anything. I mean, that’s why I’m up late on a weeknight writing a blog post that maybe five people will read… 107 more words

Don Massenzio

Let's See Your O Face: The O Project by Marcos Alberti

Recently, I came across a really cool photography project by Marcos Alberti that I wanted to share. In this photo series, Alberti photographed women before, during, and after having an orgasm. 157 more words


I Should (always) Be Writing: A Ramble

Writing is hard.

For those not currently writing, who might be wondering how hard writing is, however hard you’re imagining is not hard enough.

Or, I don’t know, maybe you’re someone who’s been through a lot and your capacity for imagining difficulty is bigger than I’m giving you credit for. 516 more words

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