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Kill Zone by Clare Langley-hawthorne - 21h ago
Having just submitted a new draft MS to my agent, I recently found myself facing the perennial dilemma of deciding whether the draft was actually, really, well and truly, ‘ready’ to be sent…The answer being (of course) that a MS …
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Kill Zone by James Scott Bell - 2d ago
by James Scott Bell @jamesscottbell We all know audiobooks are booming. As reported by Forbes: The publishing industry’s 2018 year-end results are here, and audiobooks did astoundingly well. According to the Association of American Publishers, which collects and reports on …
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Kill Zone by Mark Alpert - 3d ago
By Mark Alpert Writing fiction is a great way to share secrets. When a writer learns something remarkable — about relationships or human psychology or the nature of society — his or her natural impulse is to write about it. …
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Kill Zone by James Scott Bell - 4d ago
“Writing a book is a horrible, exhausting struggle, like a long bout of some painful illness. One would never undertake such a thing if one were not driven on by some demon whom one can neither resist or understand.” – …
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Jordan Dane @JordanDane If you’ve never read humorist Robert Fulghum, treat yourself by buying his books. His most famous one is ‘All I Really Needed to Know, I Learned in Kindergarten.’ More than 17 million copies of his books are …
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Kill Zone by John Gilstrap - 6d ago
By John Gilstrap August is National Shooting Sports month! Okay, so it doesn’t rate a special tree in the living room or lights in the window, but National Shooting Sports Month provides unique opportunities for writers to familiarize themselves with …
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By PJ Parrish One of the best things about being a published writer is getting mail.  Your day can be going to hell in a hand basket, your work in progress making none. And then you get an email from …
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By SUE COLETTA Remember my last post, entitled Why Waiting is Difficult? Well, I’m happy to report that my wait is over!!! And now, I can share my good news. In May, Globe Pequot (Rowman & Littlefield) reached out to me …
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Kill Zone by James Scott Bell - 1w ago
by James Scott Bell @jamesscottbell The other day I did an incomprehensible, dreadful, noxious, scandalous thing—something so shocking to the conscience that it threatens the gossamer social fabric that tenuously binds us together as a people and a nation. I …
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Kill Zone by Joe Hartlaub - 1w ago
Photo by Chris Liu, unsplash.com I have at least once before mentioned in passing how what we see with respect to a published novel — or for that matter, any work of art — is but the tip of the …

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