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  • Started by Abby McDonald
    Last reply by Jennie Nash
    Following on from a couple of posts on the main board, I thought I'd set up this space...ria's Secret, which seems like an excellent match for say, an erotica or sexy, modern non-fic. The advantages wou...
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  • Started by Elaine Harrigan
    Last reply by Linda Lou
    Is it to be the next Erma Bombeck? Write the next "Sleepless in Seattle?" Be a TV sit com writer that will have Jennifer Aniston clamoring for you? Just have fun blogg...
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  • Yes. There's quite a rumpus going on in publishing, with editors getting pushed out of the equation, their rates being forced downward, while everyone is complaining...


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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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    An astute Learning & Development professional with 14+ years of rich corporate experience, Rachana Arya has worked with top of the line organizations like Marriott...


  • Just read the article posted about She Writes on The Novelette and am so happy with it -- I also think it is very apropos here and helps explain the way Debbie and I h...
  • I need to comment on my comment from 1 day ago when I made the statement. "I can relate to not being true to myself. It can kill you." Ouch! that sounds pretty harsh. What I meant to say it can kill you on a 'spiritual, emotional, or mental level. Physical would be an extreme.
  • Hi Michelle: I agree with a lot of what you say. Most of it actually. But I DID get  my MFA, and I can't take it back. I took student loans to live on plus pay for tui...