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Writer Announcements & Links to All Sorts of Writer Fun

Today’s post has migrated — you’ll find it on Penquin’s Book Country blog. If you recently completed a big writing project or hope to complete a writing project in the future, you need to know about the Afterglow or Aftershock that can be part of the Hibernation that follows finishing a project. Please Don’t Feed […]

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When Word Counts Don’t Count

1,666 words a day. That’s all that matters if you’re doing NaNoWriMo. 2,000 words a day is the target if you’re Steven King. Challenging yourself to write a certain number of words a day can give you the incentive to break through resistance and get your butt in the chair. But word counts can work […]

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Free Writing Class at Sumner Library

You’re invited to attend a FREE one-hour class I’m teaching at Sumner Library on Saturday, January 29 from 11 am to noon. Taking Your Great Idea From Brainstorm to Page is for anyone who has a great idea or a good idea or even just a glimmer of an idea for a book. We’ll review techniques to […]

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