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The First Steps
By Brian Kaufman Writing was not my first choice. The summer I turned nine, Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris raced to beat Babe Ruth’s record for home runs. I was a Yankees fan, and their heroics inspired me to play baseball for a living. I would reach my late teens about the time Mickey wouldContinue reading “The First Steps”
Confessions of A NaNoWriMo Failure
By Ronda Simmons Have you heard of NaNoWriMo? It stands for National Novel Writing Month. The challenge is to write an entire first draft, fifty thousand words, during November. If things go well, you’ll have a manuscript at the end of the thirty days of the eleventh month.
FEELING THE PRESSURE OF A PLAN
BY ELEANOR SHELTON Originally posted February 06, 2020 I’m about to jump into the querying trenches again. This time with a new novel and hundreds of writing hours under my belt on this recent work of magnificence. My last magnificent opus inched up the ladder of success until the ladder was unceremoniously yanked from under myContinue reading “FEELING THE PRESSURE OF A PLAN”