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Sunday Style: Beginnings

I’ve been following agent Mary Kole’s blog, Kidlit. Her focus is on children’s literature and at Kidlit, she offers tips, insight and even contests related to the craft of writing for children and young adults. Recently she had a contest … Continue reading

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Sunday Style: Central Idea

I signed up for a five-week FREE series of workshops at the Bellevue Library with local author, Bob Mayer. The first session was on Tuesday and covered the original idea for a piece of writing. (Bob focuses on fiction, but … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Christina Katz on Habits That Pay Off

With tax season upon us, money (or lack thereof) may be on your mind. Read on for some great tips from The Writer Mama, Christina Katz. Prospering in the Gig Economy: Simple Habits for Writers That Pay Off Quickly By … Continue reading

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Q&A with Jennie Shortridge

In November, I met with author Jennie Shortridge for an interview about her most recent release, When She Flew. During our discussion, I was primarily focused on the how and why behind Jennie’s decision to write this novel which is … Continue reading

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Interview with Wendy Nelson Tokunaga

In her second published novel, Love in Translation, author Wendy Nelson Tokunaga explores the meaning of family through the story of Celeste Duncan, a 33-year-old singer who leaves behind her deadbeat boyfriend and her life in the United States in … Continue reading

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