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  • Since the main character/narrator, Rosalind, in my book relies on stories from her pas...oed in my head as I wrote, its lovely Southern lilt lulling me into a creative mode just as surely as opera.  Bec...
  • That sounds great, what is the name of your book? I’d like one that goes along with the current mode of tiny habits, small things one can do daily to make a difference. Of course, I want the big ideas, too, but it feels overwhelming at times.
  • I subscribe to Chron of Higher Ed (though clearly I don't read it thoroughly!), so I can find that, but I would like the link to Quiddity. Thanks. Susan Bordo said:Th...

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  • Writing was the easy bit for me - in no time flat I had a three book series each book around 100,000 words. Story line is good. I have done several edits and revisions...
  • I take no credit for the great covers you see for my books in Zetta's post, but I do l...sed cover, I consult a web designer genius I know for advice. He cautions that modern readers are often looking a...
  • Cate, have you considered turning it into two books? Then you wouldn't have to scrap the story. The thing you have to consider is the literal size of the book. We have...