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  • ...ses to write first must overcome fear of that process, but the rewards in doing so are so worth it. In my opinion, there is no better way to uncover what we really want to say th...
  • ...sister.  So it really depends on how you want to play it with regard to the story you're trying to tell. It's amazing what a little genealogy can uncover because you never know where...
  • ...would come to the point of "connecting" with the material and you would begin to pull away everything that was unnecessary and a la Michelangelo, uncover the art inside the marble. In...
  • ...ulaic writing for the sake of constant amusement. They will use the traditional model to obtain a quality product and collaborate with authors to uncover audiences that are not being...
  • ...nd forth between research and writing on both of them. I like your archaeologist analogy especially for nonfiction. I think it is so important to uncover and then polish your treasure...
  • ...rough some "stuff"-- both personally and in my writing-- I'm finding the free flow of writing, without Editor sticking her nose in, has helped me uncover some heart-discoveries. I thi...
  • Thanks for the info. I'm sure your book will generate a lot of interest. It is exciting to uncover a woman writer from the past who is under appreciated.
  • ...shed the demons, but don't wait to be applauded. You're going to have to do it the next day as well. The whole point of the writing process is to uncover what we call the "Universal M...
  • ...s and poetry now though, he’ll lose everything, including Amber, the girl he’s secretly loved since he was a kid. If he faces his problems, he’ll uncover the root cause of his recurri...
  • ...together a D-Day love story and a contemporary tale. When Emma Rowland discovers that her family tree is a work of fiction, she is determined to uncover the truth, though it has been...