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Children’s Book Gifts for the Holidays

by Samantha Knoerzer  •  December 2, 2016

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  Holidays are the best time for everything: family love, gifts, friend reconnections, parties, and especially-books!


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Post-NaNoWriMo Marching Orders (Whether You Won or Lost)

by Auburn Seal  •  December 1, 2016

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It’s December 1. The final bell has tolled for National Novel Writing Month 2016. Maybe you sailed past the finish line early in the month or barely eeked out a victory in the 11th hour. Or maybe you wrote a measly 2000 words total over the course of the month. In the 6 years since

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Famous Author Quotes Decoded for the Modern Writer

by Auburn Seal  •  November 17, 2016

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We all need inspiration and famous authors and poets have given us tons of quotes to fuel our creativity. I selected a few of my favorites and decoded them for the modern writer. “The road to hell is paved with works-in-progress.” —Philip Roth “The road to hell is paved with adverbs.” —Stephen King Apparently, the

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Break-Up Books For the Holidays

by Samantha Knoerzer  •  November 16, 2016

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  It’s the holiday season, and no one loves it better than couples. So it’s naturally always the absolute WORST when a person gets dumped around the holiday season.


Finding Inspiration in the NaNoWriMo Storm

by Auburn Seal  •  November 4, 2016

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Finding Inspiration in the Storm National Novel Writing Month is a month of hustle. We guzzle copious amounts of coffee or other caffeinated options and pound furiously on our keyboard, desperate to crank out nearly two thousand words a day. Every day. For a month. There’s no question that your creative juices will dry up.

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Publishing News Roundup Series: Writing Fiction to Escape Reality

by Maureen Crisp  •  October 31, 2016

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  Happy Halloween, everyone! There has always been a debate about writing fiction as an escape for reality.


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Spooky Graphic Novels for the Halloween Season

by Samantha Knoerzer  •  October 28, 2016

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  What could be more Halloween then a creepy book to read? A creepy graphic novel where you can see the scary unfold!


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Which Type of Mystery Should You Write?

by Auburn Seal  •  October 27, 2016

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The mystery genre is consistently one of the top 5 selling fiction categories. And mystery fans will usually eat up every book in a series if they like what you put out there. How can you be sure that you are writing a mystery that your audience will love? We’ve got you covered, mystery writers!

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Publishing News Roundup Series: How to Overcome Your Fear of Writing for NaNoWriMo

by Maureen Crisp  •  October 25, 2016

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  Coffee mugs are filling. Computers are typing. Writers are prepping for NaNoWriMo with NaNoPrepMo.


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The World’s Most Beautiful Bookshops

by Samantha Knoerzer  •  October 21, 2016

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  Book lovers don’t agree on everything, but one thing we do agree on—our love of bookstores.