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Chapter Spotlight: Daniel Island

I moved to Daniel Island, just outside of Charleston, about a year and a half ago with my husband and two children. I am a Sales Consultant-turned-Writer who decided in her 30’s— all right, in her 40’s, really—to abandon a … Continue reading

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Jane Gari Talks Nonfiction

It’s sometimes called Creative Nonfiction, sometimes called memoir. There can be controversy over how ‘creative’ this genre can be. Some say it’s okay to change names to protect the innocent, but most agree that whatever happens in the nonfiction/memoir genre … Continue reading

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Knowing Why You Write: The Importance of Aligning Your Writing & Marketing

by Lynda Bouchard Do yourselves a huge favor before you begin to write a single word – be clear about your goals as a writer.  Every writer’s goals are different. Some don’t have any. You should. When it comes to … Continue reading

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Q&A With Bob Strother

How many stories have you published to date? During the past eleven years I’ve had one hundred and twenty-six pieces of work published. Most were short stories, but I’ve also published essays, magazine articles, and poetry. In addition, I’ve had … Continue reading

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