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Writing What I Know

There are two ends of the spectrum on whether or not you should ‘write what you know’. One end, as the phrase suggests, believes that you should write what you know because you’ll be able to show a deeper understanding. … Continue reading

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Gaining Wattage

If you’ve not discovered Wattpad yet, I highly recommend checking it out. A free writing and reading platform, Wattpad boasts 25 million members and 40 million stories. With apps for most devices, you can also keep up to date on … Continue reading

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Dear Reader, from a Grateful Author

Dear Reader, I don’t know if anyone has ever told you this, but you are the most important person to an author. Maybe nobody ever considered telling you, because they thought you already knew. Maybe they have told you and … Continue reading

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The Cliffhanger Conundrum

Two days ago, I was pottering around Facebook when I came across a status by Hugh Howey. Saw Catching Fire yesterday. Love these films, but that felt like half of one. I was waiting on some resolution . . . … Continue reading

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