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Writers and Caffeine

The internet is a fascinating place. Whether you’re working, researching, or killing time watching cat videos (yes, we all do it!) the internet is an exponential minefield of information. 353 more words

Writing

Brain Food - Episode 63

Hello everyone, and welcome to another episode of Brain Food! Today, I’m reviewing Not Otherwise Specified by Hannah Moskowitz.

For anyone interested in the article I cited from, here is the link for you to read it in its entirety. 11 more words

Brain Food

Towers Falling

There’s no good way to write about 9/11.  There just isn’t.  And that’s something that we need to understand, that, at least for now, it will be associated with something truly terrible happening on American soil. 535 more words

Fiction

Shout out to Awesome Authors!

Friday is Day of Awesomeness! 

In honor of this day, I’d like to give a massive shout out to all indie authors for being awesome! 72 more words

Writing

March Featured Agent: Tracy Marchini

TracyMarchini – Literary Agent – Featured Agent for March and critiquing four first pages at the end of the month. 

Below is a brief bio with her likes and dislikes: 545 more words

Opportunity

H4L Day 28: The "Spirit" of Theater (celebrating new work in historic spaces)

This past weekend, my husband and I had the intense joy of watching our son perform in a new, immersive show called FREAKS DON’T CRY… 250 more words

The Hardest Critics...Nailed It!

Often books are targeted at a certain age group, and although the Reborn Trilogy is officially Young Adult, it’s being enjoyed by people of every age, from young teens to people in their fifties. 114 more words

Writing