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  • I've yet to submit anything for publication in this genre, but when I do I'm certain it will be under a pen name. The company for which I work is a large, conservative corporation and having it be known there that I write erotica would present a significant stumbling block to my career.
  • Hey, I'm Jo... hmm, is this the right part to add my blog? Anywho... I'm 23, a graduate of a London University in Creative Writing and English Literature. Currently wo...
  • I'm a Black woman from the south (Arkansas too), and I read The Help and really liked it.  I didn't think the maid's dialect was "on point", but I totally related to t...
  • Congratulations Mary Ellen Latela on being published in the New York Times. Now Global Gal got to the Throne before I could stop her and came up with the question "Who...
  • Edible Austin is a gorgeous, slick publication full of excellent information. My foodie friends and I look forward to each quarterly issue. It does appear to be a fran...
  • I should be so lucky, right? In all seriousness, I have not ever come across a stipulation like that. I can't say I like the idea of some major corporation having the...
  • Hi everyone, I used to be an early bird, but now I'm a night owl. So I'm not sure what to do about early morning pages. I do want to become more disciplined about my w...
  • Started by Adrian Stevenson
    (To Playstation) How To Get Full Hack Tool King Of Thieves     https://firstgamehack.com/game-952715194.html?utm_source=shewrites   Version...
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  • It can be done as long as you clearly outline what the corporation/sponsor has to gain by partnering with you. I was just reading the other day about mystery writer Ky...
  • Started by Shari Cohen
    Many writers are asking the questions: how can I continue to do the work I love in a new environment, one in which so many of the rules have changed? How might I need...
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