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Grounded for Love: A Reunion Romance Novella

After being burned by her college boyfriend, Graham, book editor Serena Johnson believes the only dependable men are the ones found between the pages of a book. Her life in San Francisco is thrown...

Rebecca Talley

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Writing for Children

Many people make the mistake of thinking that writing for children is easier than writing for adults. That’s simply not true.

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Writing Fiction: Show Don’t Tell

Writing fiction can be tricky. Of course, the author is telling the story, but it’s the way in which the author tells the story that makes a difference.

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Read to Write

When I give my school presentations to young aspiring writers I always tell them that in order to write, they must read. Of course, there’s no substitute for actually writing and no matter how many books you read, you won’t …

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The Dreaded Rejection Letter

You’ve taken classes, studied the best writing books, outlined your novel, taken a year to write it, and let others read and critique it. You’ve researched the market, picked a few publishers you feel will be the best fit for …

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Credibility in Writing Fiction

Credibility in your writing is crucial if you want readers to suspend disbelief and immerse themselves in your story. For example, I’ve watched a television show that’s set in a city in California with which I’m very familiar. I know …

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