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  • Monday Morning Memoir Blog: 10 Reasons to Write a Memoir: Retreat, Rescue, Repair, Revise, Return, Reflect, Redeem...http://pamelamemoir.livejournal.com/
  • I know what Sarah is saying about calling it "women's fiction," that's not what I'm asking. I'm asking what it is to help write the query. And it seems like it's a sto...
  • Started by Shari Cohen
    Many writers are asking the questions: how can I continue to do the work I love in a new environment, one in which so many of the rules have changed? How might I need...
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  • Started by Gretchen Day
    Last reply by Candy Fite
    I've written my first novel and my first query is below. I've emailed it to about six agents who have all given me very polite responses saying it doesn't meet their n...
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  • Here is my blog post on this very subject: TWITTER FOR THE TWITLESS “Why would anyone care if you are having a bagel?” My husband doesn’t use Twitter. Furthermore, he...
  • Julie is right.  In order to have some legal protection, you should form some type of corporation.  When I decided to independently published my novel, Husbands May Co...
  • I've always had to be straight about my chronic illnesses because I was born sick and remained a sickly person my entire life. At work people blamed me for being sick....
  • Started by Brooke Warner
    You know the Dugans. They’re that scrappy family that lives down the street. Their yard is overgrown, they don’t pick up after their dog, their five children run free—...
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  • Started by Dorothy Thompson
    For nearly ten years, Judge Glenda Hatchett has delighted TV audiences with a brand of justice that turns the everyday into something eminently watchable. Her message...
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  • Started by Beth Camp
    I've been reviewing covers for historical fiction to get ready for the launch of my book, Standing Stones, this January. It was a longer process than I thought BUT loo...
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