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  • ...aders, then revise & get an editor then revise again. I will look for an agent but even if I don't find one I will.have accomplished a big goal & learned lots about writing and myself...
  • ...smaller assignments, I received useful critiques and read other people's work so I didn't feel so alone in my struggle. But I wouldn't say that I learned anything from the course mate...
  • Hi Heather, I am responding months later but am interested to know what you learned. I am also writing a cross-cultural novel (from Tokyo to Arusha, Nairobi to Amman and a few other p...

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    ...ion of how I wanted the story to end. I remembered a seminar I attended about the importance of endings and I've written a blog post about what I learned. Hope it helps. https://judi...
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    ...resent those facts up front. You should not expect loyalty if that’s not what you’re offering. If your father wasn’t around and you never really learned how to be in a healthy functi...
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  • ...ted drafting a mystery novel series 20+ years ago, I realized that I'd learned a lot about writing from my t...me how to stay focused and include only the telling details. Also, I learned to be more objective about my...
  • Your article is spot on, and I'm going to look for your book as I love well-researched historical fiction with well-developed characters. I just learned She Writes Press is going to publish mine and am looking forward to the journey.
  • ...hich are mighty cogent for a ramble, but let's stay on point, shall we?) These are all good pieces of advice and most of them are tricks I've too learned work for me. (Not outlining,...