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Old Favorites & New Picks For A Very Merry Christmas!

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Children’s Writer’s & Illustrator’s Market 2016 by Chuck Sambuchino If you write or illustrate for young readers with the hope of getting published, Children’s Writer’s & Illustrator’s Market 2016 is the trusted resource you need. Now in its 28th edition,

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Inspiring Quotes From Famous Authors

Even the best writers get stuck from time to time, and we have all experienced writers block. Most authors agree that the first draft is going to be horrible, but as Sylvia Plath says, “The worst enemy to creativity is

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Writing Habits You Should Develop

Every writer has his or her unique own writing style and has most likely developed habits that help them write more often and more creatively. Writing, like most talents, takes a lot of practice to perfect – and even if

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Tips for Getting Published

The saying goes that every person has at least one great book or movie in them.  So if you’re looking to write a book, then great, that’s awesome!  However, just because you’ve got a great book in you doesn’t mean

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Power in Print!

Writing does more than express ideas and encourage thought, it can improve your quality of life. Brain and body health work hand-in-hand, and one cannot thrive without the other. In the grip of depression, people often feel exhausted or sick.

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Books for a Simple Way of Living

As I move into the hot and steamy days of deep summer I am tempted to destress, declutter, decompress, and live a blissful life where “less is more.” In keeping with this summer mood to simplify I found five books

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Ways to Improve Your Writing

It’s always hard to know where to start when it comes to writing. Whether it’s for a blog post, a publication within your field of work, or if it’s just for fun, there are always ways to improve your writing

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The Importance of the Letter

As the world sees increased digitization, methods of communications that were once favored and cherished grow obsolete. However, there are some who seek to preserve the past, viewing pieces of history as unforgettable souvenirs of the past. With the invention

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Overcoming Writer’s Block

Ernest Hemingway’s famously stated “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” And still, these words may not sink so easily into the mind of a struggling writer. Bleeding, after all, is

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