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  • Started by Amy Mennot
    Those of you who watched the Super Bowl ads will be familiar with Google's. They used Google search to tell a story about a young man who goes to Paris and falls in lo...
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  •  has my take on the Super Bowl, written the day after.   Enjoy.  Leave a comment
  • See, here's why fiction is so great. In my last novel (Super in the City), a character DID marry a fictional (though thinly disguised) George Clooney! Because who amon...


  • Haworth posted a message for Cindy Eastman
    I apologize for having posted my comment TWICE to your "Lull" blog! I must have hit the button a second time inadvertently. Please feel free to remove one if you have that super power. - Haworth
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    Marcia Clarke posted a status
    Daily Talk Johnathan: Hi Sealy great day out in the park. I thought it would be much cooler but I can accept this. Sealy: It sure is. I am super excited to be ou...
  • Mary Kay Abbott posted a status
    Back to knocking on agent's doors for my latest manuscript, Heartache and Hope. It's a combo of contemporary women's fiction and historical fiction (partly based on my...


  • Kelley, you capture so well the healing that writing through loss can be---along with... One Bowl, dealing with that loss.  [
  • I complement you on your courage and dedication to write this. I sold a two book deal to a new YA imprint (Poisoned Pencil) of one of the nation's largest hardback pu...
  • You are really good at this Deborah. You have just sold She Writers on cutting back on social networking while listing a bunch of links to other sites as well as your...