Monthly Archives: April 2015

Top 10 Reasons to Read Other Genres

As a writer, it’s easy to get caught up in your own genre and not pay attention to what other writers are doing. Don’t ignore books that are completely different from yours! Reading books in a variety of genres will … Continue reading

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5 Things to Remember When You’re Sick

I’m sick. That means I’ve been quiet around the blog this week, and I’m not as caught up on grading as I would like to be. I’m thankful that I’m in between editing projects right now, because I wouldn’t want … Continue reading

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Pitch to Publication Event

Writers, if you haven’t yet seen Samantha Fountain’s WriterPitch site, you should check it out. It gives authors a unique opportunity to post their book pitches and connect with agents. Agents are also able to browse pitches by genre and … Continue reading

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Write a Novel in Ten Minutes a Day (Book)

On Tuesday, I shared a letter with writers who are feeling like they’ll never be able to form a writing habit. If you’re in that boat, you’re not alone! You’re also not helpless. Katharine Grubb is a writer who could … Continue reading

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When You Can’t Form a Writing Habit

Dear Writer, You’ve heard it all before: the tricks for forming a habit, the suggestions of ideal places and times to write, and the admonition to just start writing. You’ve also tried it all. You’ve written in the morning, and … Continue reading

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