Monthly Archives: December 2009

Writers’ New Year’s Resolutions

What are your New Year’s Resolutions as a writer? It’s a great time of year to start thinking about new projects, or finally finishing something that’s been hanging around for a while. It’s like a new blank sheet of paper … Continue reading

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You might be a writer

This time of year I get obsessed with stationery. Calendars, journals and planners are marked down for post-Christmas sales and I start thinking of all the projects I want to do and how I want to organize them. I find … Continue reading

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Post Xmas

Sorry for the long lapse in postings (a definite blogging no-no). I fell into the trap of rushing around to get all of my projects in a good place before leaving for a week and then fully committed to the … Continue reading

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James Thom Interview

A couple of weeks ago I posted about a book called The Art & Craft of Writing Historical Fiction by James Alexander Thom. Check out an interview with the author.

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Writing Better Lyrics-Updated!

The advance copies of Writing Better Lyrics by Pat Pattison just landed on my desk. Check out the old original version vs. the new book. As amazing the change is, the new design isn’t the only update. There are revised … Continue reading

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Writing & Critique Group Survival Guide

The advance copies of Becky Levine’s The Writing & Critique Group Survival Guide just arrived, and the book turned out great. I’m really excited about this one, as you may have noticed in some previous posts. I highly recommend for … Continue reading

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Holiday webinar promotion

As a special holiday promotion, Writer’s Digest is offering 15% off all webinars, including on-demand and the upcoming live events. No coupon code is needed – you simply need to register by midnight on 12/5. Visit our webinar page for details … Continue reading

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