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  • Dear Rachel, I usually do not join discussions, but this was too good to be allowed to pass. i have been teaching teenaged students for the past twenty years: and ther...
  • Started by Deborah Swift
    Last reply by Margaret Whitman Blair
    Perhaps a chance for you to share your passion for the era you are currently writing about. And maybe add a link to a blog or website if you have one. At the moment I...
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  • I use a transcriptionist, Lynn, for interviews where I want every word on paper, as opposed to pulling a small section or two. It is perhaps my greatest professional l...
  • ANOTHER QUESTION:  MULTIPLE OCCUPANTS I know it sounds counter intuitive, but it actually makes sense. Now, the type of retreat we are planning isn't meant to be an al...
  • Settled. Finally.   As the summer progressed, new items were hauled into the quonset from the old ranch. Our summer home began to look more and more like the back yar...
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  • I love Panera Bread!  Not sure that I could concentrate there, though.  I'd always be thinking about what to eat next.  Same with places like Starbucks and other wifi-...
  • I posted on Absolute Write but I haven't tried Query Tracker. What I have now is a steampunk novel. A local conference would be nice, but not exactly feasible for me....
  • For me, SheWrites is a place and a chance to connect with people who write, regardless of where they sit in the big scheme of things. I'm super new so I haven't even b...
  • Started by Lynelle Clark
    May Nicole Abbey AKA Caroline Gregory and Shawnette Nielson (Sisters) Welcome and thanks for agreeing and being part of this blog. I thought it a good idea to catch...
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  • Hi, everyone. My novel is entitled *Girl in a Tree.* It's about Amelia, a young, semi-...of p.r. on behalf of their cause. Feeling that her father trafficked her into modeling and movie-acting, Amelia...