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  • I also call myself a wanna-be writer. I’ve been working on a novel for a little more than a year, and I’m currently stuck in edit/re-edit mode. Considering the time, and my...
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    Last reply by Sierra Mackenzie
    Two weeks ago I broke myself. All my reservations about writing my memoir were smashed wide open with one blog post. Since then, I've been writing hard and I've been w...
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  • I had several false starts to novels that petered out, or I would just write short stories. It was the Nanowrimo (National Novel Writing Month) last year that showed m...

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    When asked about the inspiration for my novel, I answer simply: “I love libraries.” Libraries of all shapes and sizes; new libraries and old libraries; libraries here,...
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    Hi Melanee, I read a review you wrote about the Regis MFA program. I'm looking at it for myself, and I'm wondering how much critiquing is required of other class membe...

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  • This is my facebook post today: So honored to find the dedication I wrote yesterday to MLK on a She Writes page dedicated to him. Can you see my smile? I love She Writes and all the awesome women writers from around the world! It's an amazing community that I'm so lucky to be a part of!
  • Great post, Emily! I've struggle with this quesiton myself on a regular basis. I have a bout of impostor syndrome every time I tell someone I'm a writer.   But for me,...
  • Congratulations, Gayle. I can't imagine how it feels to pour yourself into a book only to have it release and go nowhere (as I am still in the second stage of that pro...