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October Release – WATCH FOR THE DAWN

  FROM CYBER DUST TO PUBLISHED By Sandra Elzie/Sandra McGregor How many of us have written stories in the past that we hope will never see the light of day? Come on, at least a few of you must know what I’m talking about. We wrote them in the beginning of our careers and thought […]

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Your Character’s Emotions by Constance Gillam

    The key, in my opinion, to a great reading experience is to establish an emotional connection between the reader and the characters. I struggle with bringing that emotion to life on the page and would be interested in how others do it. How do you as the writer tap into emotions? Sometimes I use music […]

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God’s Timing–a Call Story

By Piper Huguley I never thought that when I got “the call,” I would have to chose between two offers.  I always assumed that I would have no choice—I would just have to go with whomever offered to me. It didn’t happen that way. Also, if it weren’t for Twitter and Facebook, no contract. Both […]

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Book Reviews by Carol Burnside

Yep, that’s right. I’ve been reading again. Here are a couple more I recommend. MAYBE SOMEDAY by Colleen Hoover (New Adult) At twenty-two years old, aspiring musician Sydney Blake has a great life: She’s in college, working a steady job, in love with her wonderful boyfriend, Hunter, and rooming with her good friend, Tori. But […]

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Changing Styles

Normally, when I post here, I post about family-related topics. Today, I going to talk about something I seldom discuss: writing. I don’t mind answering questions about writing. It’s my favorite hobby. For me to write about writing, though, is a step out of my comfort zone. On this blog, we often discuss writing in […]

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It’s Moonlight and Magnolias time in Atlanta

by Maxine Davis It’s that time of year again.  The Moonlight an Magnolias Conference will be October 10-12 and offers so much on so many levels.  The often-published author and the to-be published author has more from which to select than they can do in three days. Yes, there are workshops, speakers, editors, agents, and […]

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