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Dealing with the Spiritual in Fiction: Paranormal…and Fairytales

  The following is a guest post from speculative fiction author, E. Kaiser Writes. Although there is a growing trend for fiction that involves major spiritual beings, (it’s called Paranormal, and has been hot in publishing) most Fantasy titles stay clear. (Somewhat. Lines are blurring everywhere, but I’m talking generalities.) Fantasy and Fairytale genres tend […]

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Resolutions

covs97 via Compfight   Another year has ended and a new year has arrived with new opportunities and dreams to hope for. There’s always a sense of optimism when the new year rolls around. A new beginning to get things right, to stop procrastination, and to finish goals that have been collecting dust for a […]

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Perspectives on NaNoWriMo

Megan Myers via Compfight It’s that time of year again where writers around the globe carve out time from their busy schedules and pump out 1,600+ words on their laptops and drink inordinate amounts of coffee. National Novel Writing Month is here at last! If you’re a writer and you haven’t heard about NaNoWriMo then […]

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3 Reasons You Should be Blogging if You’re a Writer

When I was in college back in the early 2000s, blogging was really starting to take off and I became really intrigued with the idea of having my own blog. I started and ended about three different blogs at that time for the same reason many readers will either end or never start a blog: lack of readers. This was a short-sighted decision on my part and I’d like to prevent other writers from making the same mistake.

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