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Creative Visualization: Keep the Faith in Your Writing

About 25 years ago, I became determined to become a published Romance novelist – particularly in the Historical subgenre.  Ten years and a bazillion rejection letters later, I was introduced to the idea that I could work with the Universal…
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Book Signing Survival Tips for Fiction Writers

For you new authors, who are dreading your first, official book signing, take heart.  There’s always book signing #2. Okay, okay.  I’m kidding.  (Sort of.) Earlier this year, I wrote one of my more popular posts,  Humor for…
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Beware the Trolls: Never Let Anyone Crush Your Writing Dream

As a college freshman, I was excited to make the cut in my first Creative Writing course. I was the youngest student in a class full of juniors and seniors. My goal, even then, was to write commercial book-length fiction – particularly Romance…
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Fiction Training: Not All Writing Advice is Created Equal

When fiction writers are starting their careers, they need training.  They don’t know how to discern between writing advice that advances their publication goals, and writing advice that is useless – or even detrimental. In their eagerness…