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Care and Feeding of Your Muse during the Holidays by JC Hay

Posted by Guest at Nov 25, 2013 10:00 am in , , , , , ,

Image: Melpomene, The Muse of Tragedy; Elizabeth Sirani November is drawing to a close, and writers all over are scribbling like mad to hit their word-counts for NaNoWriMobefore the month ends. Likewise, those with a wintery bent turn their thoughts to what can be accomplished in what remains of the year. With holidays for many, […]

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Getting Away From it All by Rebecca Zanetti

Posted by Guest at May 20, 2013 10:00 am in , , , , , , ,

Art is not in the …eye of the beholder. It’s in the soul of the artist.   –Seth Goden So, my local RWA chapter took off for a weekend writer’s retreat up at Schweitzer mountain, a local ski resort, this past weekend.  To sum it up:  it was awesome! This is a picture of the view […]

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On the Road to Writer Hell by Kerry Schafer

Posted by Guest at May 9, 2013 10:00 am in , , , , ,

Last week I attended the Romantic Times Convention in Kansas City. I had a lot of fun, of course, but I also learned some valuable lessons. For example, writer creativity is not limited to books.   Writers are also good at parties and costumes, and like to socialize over drinks. And if the bar should […]

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SPIN ME A WEB by author Sally J. Walker

Posted by Guest at Dec 16, 2012 9:00 am in , , , , , , , ,

  Instinct dictates to a spider how a web must be constructed. Hm, if it were only that easy to spin the plot of a novel!   In January, I will take participants on the journey of learning the signposts that anchor a plot’s web and the principles that link the novel’s words into a fascinating […]

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