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What’s My Motivation?

by Eldred “Bob” Bird

My characters are my children. I create them, nurture them, and help them grow. I also abuse them, annoy them, and torture them. I’m a writer—it’s my job.

If I’ve done my job well, by the end of the story the main character will have gone through the fires of hell and come out the other side a changed, more well-rounded individual.… Read the post

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3 Words To Help You Thrive in 2021

By Fae Rowen

I’m pretty certain 2020 didn’t turn out like you thought it would. I usually pick one word as a focus for the new year, but 2021 is going to require THREE -- Hope, Edit and Love.… Read the post

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How to Inspire Hope for a New Year of Writing

by Colleen M. Story

If you want to start the New Year off with a bang, there’s one thing you have to have: hope.

Hope that next year will be a great year for your writing. Hope that you’ll be able to accomplish more than you did this year.… Read the post

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Why Do We Write? Artistry, Identity, And Legacy

By Barbara Linn Probst

Writing a book is hard. So is getting published, and so is achieving success as a writer. If that’s true, then why do we do it?

We may have asked ourselves this question, and others may have asked us.… Read the post

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Writing in the Time of Coronavirus

I don’t know about you, but everything is taking me twice as long these days. Sometimes more than twice as long. When you throw a pandemic into the mix, once-simple things seem to take forever. This is the reality of writing and working in the time of coronavirus.… Read the post

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