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If you had to pick ONE, what is the most important trait an author must have to succeed? (Yes, only one. Share your best one and tell us why.)
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Kill Zone by Elaine Viets - 2d ago
Thank you, Brave Author, for sending TKZ your first page. I’ve critiqued it below, and then our readers will weigh in. (NOTE: The punctuation below is the author’s.) — Elaine Viets Quandor Quandary, age 13 and the only child of …
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My nineteen-year-old son always has his face in his phone. Drives me nuts, and I confess that when he’s around I nag him about it. “Focus on what you’re doing,” I say. “But I’m just rinsing off this dish to …
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Tis the season and I have great fondness for Christmas cookies. Today’s guest Leslie Budewitz is an expert in those buttery, sugary treats. She is also an Agatha-winning author for fiction and nonfiction as well as an attorney. Her latest …
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Kill Zone by Clare Langley-hawthorne - 5d ago
Today’s post is inspired by last week’s NYT ‘By the Book’ column in which Michelle Obama was asked “are you a rereader? What books do you return to again and again?” – two questions which prompted me to think long …
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by James Scott Bell Last week in the comments, Kay DiBianca wrote: I sure would like to have a master list of the best books for learning the craft of writing. You asked, you got it. Now, modesty prevents me …
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By Mark Alpert Have you ever picked up a newspaper and seen a headline that sounded like the premise of a novel? It happened to me two weeks ago. And the headline was eerily similar to the idea for my …
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Before my first books had been bought by a traditional publisher and I was an aspiring author, I had not known another writer as a friend or relative. To help me achieve my goal of becoming published, I joined writer …
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Jordan Dane @JordanDane This is my last post for 2018, but I got my inspiration from Jim’s post “What I Wish I’d Known When I Started Writing” on Nov 25th. As always, the discussion comments were very interesting. Two comments stood out …
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