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    This is a group to help shape and critique one another's query and log lines, hopefully...
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  • Depends on the whom the "someone" in question is. Most of my friends know to not ask me to do more than take a casual look at the first twenty or so pages. Sometimes,...
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    I have been hired by three women draw up a query letter for a novel they all wrote together. This is my first experience with multiple authors, and in my research, I'v...
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  •   I knew there were people, I knew there were people...yeah The SC book fest is a lot of fun.  My workshop has a booth there.  I will most likely be working a few hour...

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    Hi Nancy, thank you so much for your message! Right now on a very early stage of writing my first draft of the second book, and I only wrote just several pages of it s...
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    Two Book Giveaway and Interview with Romance Author Charissa Stastny Book Giveaway Feb 19 - 26: A Romance, Package Deal from the Ruled Our Romances series. In t...
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    John Michael Koffi’s “Refuge-e: The Journey Much Desired” is a memoirs of his teens _ years he had barely left when he self-published his book earlier this year. It is...

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  • This also makes me think of Hannah, whose passion to the Lord with the desire for a son, caused the priest to assume she was intoxicated.  Perhaps we should all be intoxicated with the everyday grace of God. Great post!
  • Julie: I agree with you, but what I think writer's block often is...for novelists anyway...you have written yourself into a corner and you can't get yourself out. I do...
  • Hey Kamy. I signed up for the newsletter, happily! And if you can send me an ARC of Wishful Thinking, I will consider reviewing your novel in Carmel Magazine.