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  • Although I agree completely with Kimberly's and Julie's remarks above, I must mention...published interviews, who works successfully in the make-it-perfect-as-you-go mode. This is definitely not for...
  • >>The Writer, if she chooses.<< Not every writer -- even on this forum -- is a she. ------------- More seriously, one fundamental advantage in self-publi...
  • Patti, Becoming, the last chapter of my forthcoming memoir (Putnam, '15) is partly about illness, death, and coping re: the death of my father-in-law, for whom we were...

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    Deconstructing Dark Romance, (Exploring the darker side of human nature in fiction) What is dark romance? That was a question I was asked recently. For me as a...

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  • Because I keep my word, Michelle: I hear you, on this one, but do think (agree with you?) that it comes down to individual personalities, and where a writer is in her...
  • Dear Nancy Chadwick Burke: I really enjoyed your blog on Memoirs (Parts 1 and 2).This is the first time I've found something since I joined the group over a year ago....
  • That's an interesting approach, Jessica. I do pretty much the opposite. We have a technique that we teach called Deconstruction where we have writers do all the thinki...