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  • The second blog post I choose to review is written by: Erika Klein and titled: 'Too Li...'d barely started. Of course I (being a writer) was immediately in postulation mode. "I wonder what letter one wo...
  • kamy: thank you thank you. thinking about blogging. all so new to me. i love SHE WRITES, it's inspiring, encouraging, educational, funny, quirky, brilliant. so delight...
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    Hi fellow writers! I just joined Shewrites, and my educational background is not English or writing, although writing has always been a passion of mine. I am finally t...
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    Research is Fun and Educational When Writing Historical Fiction: Writing Historical Fiction is such fun. If you do good research, it helps you to understand how the pe...
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  • What a lovely, educational and inspiring article. It really took me away from my own familiar writing process where I learned a new approach to creating. Thanks so much for sharing.
  • Anyone who's interested in submitting to contests and grants, Poets & Writers has a great database. They also have a comprehensive lit mag database, but I'm a Duotroper as well, so I rely on their database. 
  • I am always in search of creative ways to develop and enhance my skills as a writer. I took a chance and tried the free mojo, but have not heard if the raffle has been...