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  • Last reply by AnnaBeth Hawkins Davidson
    I have been inspired by the two links members posted below in the comments. I read the...creative endeavors, and this helps me see why. So what do you think? In which mode do you feel most creative? Do...
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  • Hey, Rhian. This is an interesting question because I only now realized I do have a preference for which blogs I read. I mean, I read blogs on a wide-range of subjects...
  • Yes, there is always the eternal question of driving traffic to a blog.  We can never get enough of that.  Right now I can't think of a specific topic, but have a lot...

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  • Romalyn Tilghman posted a status
    When asked about the inspiration for my novel, I answer simply: “I love libraries.” Libraries of all shapes and sizes; new libraries and old libraries; libraries here,...
  • Ariel Rosetti posted a status
    I am interested in becoming a publisher. Information on the topic would be welcomed
  • Chantal Walvoord posted a message for Liz Cole
    Thanks for the comment on the review. After I wrote it, I realized there's also a play by a different author on the same topic, These Shining Lives, by Melanie Marnich.

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  • Sian - as someone who grew up in a home full of addiction and all the dysfunction that...mpanies it, I get that instinctive urge to label your feelings as "whiny brat" mode, but I think your points are...
  • Thank you, Jo Anne, Suzanne, and Julie. Jo Anne, as I said, I did self-publish but I do think it's easier to promote and sell self-published nonfiction than fiction as...
  • I'm on all of the major social networking sites.  Twitter and Facebook have helped my writing career in more ways than one.  I haven't warmed to Google+, even though I...