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  • I'm probably dating myself but maybe some of you remember the old Shake n' Bake commercials in the 70s? The little snagged tooth girl would say, "It's Shake n' Bake an...
  • Hello, hello. So glad to be able to join you during this lull in my day -- between work and when school gets out. Anne Lamott's essay is one of my favorite pieces of w...
  • Hi Sharon, What is France like? Like nothing you've ever encountered before! It's stuck in the past on the one hand, and hugely innovative on the other. People live in...

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  • Shelley Workinger posted a status
    Louisiana Catch traverses through three distinct places—New Delhi, New York, and New Orleans—revealing the foodie nooks and crannies in each city: https://bookfare.blogspot.com/2019/04/foodfic-please-welcome-sweta-vikram.html

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  • Hi Wanda, no, this wouldn't be considered hybrid. A hybrid cannot be fiction and memoir because those are two distinct categories and booksellers do not like mixing th...
  • Dangerous Old Woman commented on her article Rejection
    Renate: I had forgotten about Jonathan Livingston Seagull. My novel (Sing Soft, Sing Loud) was rejected by 15 publishers before Atheneum took it, and at the time I tho...
  • 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...