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How to Plan, Write, and Develop a Book
Create, Craft, and Sell Your First Novel, Memoir or Nonfiction Book. Tips..
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I had a very lucky and much too fast beginning as a published author.  My first book, now long out of print, was a huge success--the ..read more
This week I've been teaching on retreat at MISA West, Tanque Verde Ranch, in the beautiful Rincon Mountains outside Tucson. Along with the ..read more
I'm a goal setter by nature, so I enjoy the chance each new year to look at what I've accomplished in the past twelve months and think ..read more
Winner of three Caldecott Medals (the best win in kid lit), Mo Willems was rejected some billion times (his words) by publishers who ..read more
Storytelling is all about communication, right? You, the writer, have something to say. Ideally, you present it in a way that's authentic ..read more
I often refer clients and students to Jane Friedman, clearly one of the most savvy publishing gurus out there today.  Friedman is the ..read more
January is often a good time to shake up the writing routine, examine different ways of approaching recurring problems in your book, get ..read more
The blog will be on holiday break until January 10.  Scroll down to enjoy past articles you may have missed!  Happy new year and good ..read more
Interiority or "internals" is a fancy way to describe the reader's view into your characters' thoughts, feelings, and inner lives.  Some ..read more
Maggie is writing a novel about a group of people living in a made-up place, based on a real location.  She faced a dilemma this month ..read more

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