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  • Started by Kathleen Pharis
    Last reply by Judith van Praag
    Blogging v. Essay writing - what is the difference? Hi, bloogers! I'm a newbie - both to the group and to blogging in general. If there is already an answer to this...
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  • Started by LeTeisha Newton
    I am asking this because a big part of me loves some of the versatility that UF titles give authors. That allows for first person POV much easier, the location makes t...
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  • Started by Ruth Loffa
    Many of us have aspirations to write a book that will make a difference. Maybe we have an inspiring story to tell,  lessons from our own lives that readers will grow...
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  • Aimee Liu posted a status
    “Fiction is the art form of human yearning.” – Robert Olen Butler “We are living...Chief?) – does little to quell its effect on my psyche. I’m in fight-or-flight mode all the time, feeling angry a...
  • Linda Weaver Clarke posted a status
    Book Giveaway! Bear Lake Family Saga has strong female characters who have a destiny to fulfill. Each woman wants to make a difference in the small world where she liv...
  • Karen Berner posted a status
    Sympathy or empathy? What's the difference?


  • Deborah: I love the candor (and smooth writing) f this essay—and can't imagine how you've found time to write it! A suggestion about adding gender: when you write to...
  • I took MJ Roses' onlline Buzz Your Book class a few summers back and it has made all the difference in the world for me. I went with a small Indie publisher for my fir...
  • Sally Whitney commented on her article Stories for Strong Women
    You're right, Jennifer. There're lots of good novels with strong female protagonists. Senator Gillibrand picked another nonfiction book, How Great Women Lead by Bonnie...