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    What are you reading? Why do you love it?  Post book title, author, and one or more unique quality of the writing. I'll start off with two extraordinary nonfiction tit...
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  • Heather, What an inspiring blog post! Like you, I have found that GETTING AWAY is central to writing. I have discovered the nunneries and monasteries up and down the H...
  • Hi Katherine, Yes, yes, yes to not going through the "self-pub" vendors and to locating and managing the job yourself! I (I'm a book coach/shepherd and editor) have b...

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    Requiem, Changing Times by R J Parker Clint and Corbin are having a weird day. Best friends for life, things are getting a little strange around their town, and at sc...
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    The Death of Me, the first novel in the Legacy Series by Carolyn M. Bowen is a startling inside view of the Italian mafia world, and a huge hit with me. It cannot be m...
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    The Keys to the Kingdom Finding Place in Historical Fiction When your eyes glaze ov...ronze mythical animals are situated above the entry way. Julia Morgan’s 1937 remodel of the façade and gold lobby...

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  • Great post, Katrina!  I made a 2-minute trailer about my book, "We Are Here" (see http://bit.ly/18tYJBK), using a friend who is tech-savvy, free downloadable book-trai...
  • I've already read this book cover to cover, and I can't overemphasize how useful I found it, not only as a tool to get me thinking about how to advance my own writing...
  • Patricia Reis commented on her article Undertaking Memoir
    Thanks for your comments, Pamela and Paula.  At the AWP in Seattle this past March, I heard a panel chaired by Joy Castro called "Family Trouble: Memoirists on the Haz...