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  • Started by Maryanne Johnson
    Last reply by Zetta Brown
    What's your favorite southern work or favorite southern character?  It can be book based, movie based, etc.  For example, I absolutely loved Teddy (Theodore) "T-Bag" B...
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  • Thanks! I thought the prompts this week were great. I'm not familiar enough with Blogger (which I believe you use based on your SW profile) to help you add links; may...
  • Hi everyone - I've always enjoyed writing. I started with poetry which I still do. I mostly write poems to my grandchildren. In 2009 I wrote a screenplay. A first for...

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    Allow me to introduce myself and tell you a little bit of my own story. Why do I write? I believe that moments of pain can be redeemed, that in the right hands they...
  • Kiernan Antares posted a status
    I am preparing to write my memoir; reviewing inciting life incidents to identify my theme and reading memoirs to understand the process better. I wrote a novel loosely...
  • Wanda Fischer posted a status
    The closer I get to unveiling my book, the more anxious I become. One of the characters is loosely based on someone I met many years ago. However, even though I've con...

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  • Hi Emily, Don't be scared and keep writing. What you're seeing is a culmination of rel...lusive in retail book chains because they still operate in this Depression Era mode. Support your libraries in an...
  • I would like to agree with the previous post from Marilyn Yalom: "My emphatic response to the gender question is that you should stick with women only. Why? Because t...
  • @Kimberly, you can just tell them the truth.. It's not "them". It's just based on them. They inspired you, but I am sure that the characters are products of your imagination. One funny thing I have found is that even if it's not "them", they always think it is anyway.