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  • I used to review writing books as a part time gig. It was fun and I got some free writing books. My favorites are, in no particular order: 1) How to Publish Your Arti...
  • It sounds like a great story, but I'm inclined to go with the "turn it into fiction" advice just for the sake of your safety and the fact that you can use all of your...
  • Hi Lesley-Anne, I applaud you for stating your true heart felt beliefs. I think its sad that in today's world, people of all belief systems are sometimes afraid to sta...
  • Jackie, I enjoyed reading your story. The descriptions are vivid and draw me in. Usually I cringe and run away when I read second person, but yours works for me. That...
  • Good morning ladies.  As you can tell, I'm online sporadically.  Partially because I find that when I'm online I tend to surf uncontrollably and get very little writin...
  • Hello everyone, I'm new to SheWrites and was thrilled to find this thread.  I am authoring two blogs: http://moonlightenedshelves.wordpress.com/ For the more spiritua...
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    Search for the Holy Grail: This is the traditional “Epic Quest” theme where our hero—and possibly his sidekick(s)—go on a dangerous journey to find someone/thing of g...
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  • Ruth--It sounds like this was disappointing because of the great success you had in the past, but to me the current promotion seemed like a real boost also (and I woul...
  • Thank you Jennifer for your feedback and encouragement to write! We really have a lot in common. I look forward to following your writing.
  • Sally, At book fairs and in-store signings, I always try to connect with the readers by first asking them what they like to read. I'm a reader too, so that allows a c...