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https://litreactor.com/columns/stop-being-lazy-and-write-different-types-of-characters We hear terms like diversity, equality, and #OwnVoices thrown around a lot. We hear them so much we get… Read more Stop Being Lazy and Write Different Types of Characters (Article)
It’s nice to revisit old things. I like to re-read Jane Eyre, Wild Ink, Matilda; books I love, shows I… Read more What is expected?
I recently met with an agent at a writing conference a couple of weeks ago. This statement in itself makes… Read more Agents are people too
https://bardsandsages.com/efestivalofwords/2018/07/02/tentative-schedule-for-the-festival/ I’ll be all over your computer this weekend! The eFestival of Words kicks off on Friday and my first… Read more 4 Panels and A Workshop
Laura… Ingalls… Wilder… You may have heard of her. She is the prestigious author of the Little House on the… Read more This is beyond a Facepalm
I abhor the typical images of a cranky old drunk man hiding from society writing all day every day. This… Read more Renaissance Writers
Writing can often feel like a curse. A lot of writers find themselves unable to keep from pouring their hart… Read more The Luck O’the Irish Writer?