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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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    Hooray, hooray. Last year, I got overexcited at the start, so I kind of burnt myself out around 38K words and hit a writer's block. Doh! I managed just under 43K, and...
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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...