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What IS a Writer's Job? - Part Two

Last Wednesday my post suggested several possibilities for a job description for writers. If you missed it, you can read it here.

Today I was going to share ideas on how to incorporate those bullet points in your writing. Only four days have passed, but I've moved from very specific items to a much broader view in the interim. … Read the post

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Emotional Barrier in Fiction: After You Cross It, What’s Next? (Part Two)

Today Tiffany Lawson Inman is continuing the discussion of the emotional barrier in fiction. If you missed Part One on Wednesday, click here.

We're lucky not only to have Tiffany share her knowledge with us, but she's giving away a "seat" in her next online class at the Lawson Writers Academy on this very subject to a commenter from Part One or Part Two. Read the post

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Emotional Barrier in Fiction: Why is it so important for you to learn how to cross it? (Part One)

We are fortunate to get a double-dose of Tiffany Lawson Inman this week with her insights on the emotional barrier in fiction. Look for Part Two on Friday. Oh, and read on. Tiffany's offering a "seat" for one lucky commenter to her next online class at the Lawson Writers Academy.… Read the post

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A Field Mouse, A Crow, and A Writing Lesson

by Fae Rowen

IMG_0125My living room deck is a lizard freeway. It serves as a form of kitty TV for my Siamese warrior cat. One afternoon this summer I caught movement out of the corner of my eye.

Since I've named the lizards that entertain me every afternoon, I walked to the open slider to say hello.… Read the post

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