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  • I don't ask for reviews, which interestingly enough, many readers who are not writers, don't care to write them anyway. They prefer offline (word of mouth) reviews, wh...
  • "Publishers are looking for stories that can inspire. That's just human nature and the American way. We don't mind if you were forced to bear your father's child in po...
  • Sunny, As I am also from California that was one of my first impressions as well, the people here are almost always pleasant and ultra polite. The first few weeks her...
  • I joined SheWrites today because of your article, and because my boyfriend and I had a...ot speak to him? That the hate in me would change him into a loving Dad? ¬†As I modeled hate, I wanted him to love...
  • Thank you, LaDonna! I'm happy to help bring back pleasant memories! I'd love to see your willow picture. I'll bet it's fantastic! Thank you for visiting today!
  • There's also the Fecal Matter Pie you must eat when an organizer has CLEARLY done no publicity for an event you traveled many miles to put on, and they just shrug as i...
  • What you say about actively developing the sense of place within a story made me think about books where place is such an important part of the story, and the need to...
  • It's never personal. Your perspective is a healthy one. I'm of the belief that those who need what you have will find it. It is never a pleasant experience to be coaxe...
  • I really like it! It's very clear at first glance what your blog is about, and the format is pleasant to read and easy to navigate.
  • I really enjoyed this interview - until I got to the end. I can't believe you took a shot at Harlequin. Is there another publisher out there employing so many women wo...