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Second Chances, New Value

With the onset of each year, I begin a new reading challenge. Last year, I promised to read and review one friend’s book each month. I admitted defeat by July. This year, I am off to a much better start. … Continue reading

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DO YOU HEAR VOICES? PART I: MAYBE YOUR READERS SHOULD, TOO By Linda Lovely

Do you hear voices? I do. My characters speak to me all the time. So it’s been great fun listening to the folks who live in my head actually talk out loud. No, I’m not nuts—well, no more so than … Continue reading

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WHAT WOULD JANE DO? by Leigh Stevenson

I had a huge realization. My return to the stage and the press surrounding it taught me something. Never has so much been written about so little. Really. The one-act play I did was funny, true. But articles in every … Continue reading

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READ YOUR WORK WITH APOM!

Someday you will have a published book in your hand. And then, horror of horrors, people are going to want you to stand up in front of a crowd and read from it. Writing, being largely a solitary occupation, doesn’t … Continue reading

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