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The Writing Life: Write What You Know—Or Not – Pandora’s Box Gazette

November 19, 2018 Michelle Janene   https://www.pandorasboxjt.com/single-post/2018/11/20/The-Writing-Life-Write-What-You-Know%E2%80%94Or-Not?utm_campaign=Feed%3A%2Bhttp%2Fpandorasboxjtcom%2Ffeed%2B(Pandora%27s%2BBox%2BGazette)&utm_medium=email&utm_source=feedburner Write What You Know—Or Not by Michelle Janene I have often heard workshop and conference leaders say, “Write what you know.” According to these experts it is important for authenticity and grounding readers … Continue reading

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Interview with Award Winning Author Cindy Huff

Hello Cindy. It is nice to meet you! Tell us a bit about you where are you from and other than writing what else do you enjoy? WATCH FOR BONUS MATERIAL I grew up as an Air Force brat, so … Continue reading

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Denise Lynn – Author Extraordinaire

Hello Denise. It is so very nice to meet you! Tell us a bit about you where are you from and other than writing what else do you enjoy?  Hi! Thanks for having me. Other than a short stint outside … Continue reading

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Author Interview with Sara R. Turnquist!

Hello Sara and welcome to my blog. It is so very nice to meet you! Tell us a bit about you where are you from and other than writing what else do you enjoy? I enjoy a great many things … Continue reading

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Interview with Emily-Jane Hills Orford!

Hello, and welcome Emily-Jane. It is so very nice to meet you! Tell us a bit about you where are you from and other than writing what else do you enjoy?  I live in the country just outside of Ottawa, … Continue reading

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HISTORY OF CHRISTMAS TREES

iLong before the advent of Christianity, plants and trees that remained green all year had a special meaning for people in the winter.Discover the history of the Christmas tree, from the earliest winter solstice celebrations, to Queen Victoria and all … Continue reading

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5 Most Common Mistakes with Dialogue

http://www.septembercfawkes.com/2017/08/5-most-common-mistakes-with-dialogue.html September C. Fawkes Editor, Writer, Person Extraordinaire   As an editor, I’ve been thinking about how I need to do a post on some of the most common mistakes I see in dialogue. Many are a matter of fine-tuning, … Continue reading

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A Visit from Children’s Author Eve Culley

JULY 27, 2017JUBILEEWRITER    by  Cindy Ervin Huff  Today I have as my guest another jubilee writer, children’s author Eve Culley. Her love of storytelling bloomed after her children were grown. I am encouraged you followed your passion, Eve. Please, share … Continue reading

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Dr. Seuss on Writing

“It has often been said there’s so much to be read, you never can cram all those words in your head. So the writer who breeds more words than he needs is making a chore for the reader who reads. … Continue reading

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How To Read Your Own AudioBook And Sell Direct To Customers

I found this very informative and hope you do as well.   eve   October 10, 2014, by Joanna Penn   I love ACX.com and I am all in with my fiction there, but I’m also a podcaster and after years … Continue reading

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