Broken by Travis Thrasher

Life-Transforming Fiction

Genres That Change Lives, Part 1

Dave Meigs

What genres do you love to write?

The answer is likely the same as what you enjoy reading the most. For me, that would be historical novels that focus on the life and times of the pioneers who first came to our nation (USA), and those...

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Diary Of A Crazy Writer

Writing Interrupted

Deborah Anderson

Have you ever felt as though someone, or something, tries to stop you from writing? You know, an evil force on a perverse mission to hinder you from finishing an article, a short story, or perhaps even that next breakout novel? 

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Rachel Hauck

Rachel Hauck

Dodging Raindrops - A Double Portion

A friend of mine, one of “my girls” from youth church days, spent her last holiday season from Thanksgiving to New Year’s in the hospital, fighting for her life.

Falling ill while visiting family out of state, she was rushed to the hospital the morning she and her husband and sons were to return home.

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Quantum Marketing

Interview With Randy Ingermanson

jim Rubart

Last month Randy Ingermanson interviewed me for his Advanced Fiction Writing E-zine. After rereading the interview I thought it might be good information for the three of you who don’t already take Randy up on his...

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Character Therapy

Character Stereotypes: The Victim

Jeannie Campbell

The idea for this series came from a talk Nigerian author Chimamanda Adichie did entitled The Dangers of a Single Story. She told of how she had a single story of the British based on what she had read in books.
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