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“But I am a Writer!” The Pestilence of Praise

Hot Takes (noun) Definition: “A quickly produced, strongly worded, and often deliberately provocative or sensational opinion or reaction (as in response to current news)” Merriam-Webster (1st use 2012) Nurturing, supportive, positive, respectful, encouraging, non-judgmental… Has anyone noticed how often these … Continue reading

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Three Simple Rules for Writing Historical or any other Fiction:

Advice is cheap—and in the case of advice aimed at writers, plentiful. It is dispensed by authors, writers, publishers, editors, agents, and can be had in the form of a ‘how to’ books on ‘how to’ write books from $9.99 … Continue reading

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