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Finished…Not Perfect Jake Parker

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40 Inspiring Quotes About Reading from Writers By Emily Temple

NaNoWriMo may be over and our schedules may be filling up with holiday parties and family visits, but despite all that, December is one of our favorite months to curl up and read. If you need a little extra inspiration … Continue reading

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Everywhere A Story By Peter R. Leavell

You have one job. Like troubadours of old, you tell stories. This blog page’s name hints at your storytelling medium. Novels! That’s good. No, that’s better than good. That’s fantastic. So, a little scope about how stories propel our lives … Continue reading

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3 Easy Ways Writers Can Protect Their Work From Copyright Infringement

Face it, folks. The Internet has taken over. That means many great things for writers. It means that we can create websites and blogs for free; we can reach out to more publishers, journals, and magazines for publication; we can … Continue reading

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7 Jane Austen Quotes To Live By By Sarah Cool

Known for her wit and wisdom, Jane Austen was never at a loss for words on writing, nor were her characters at a loss for their follies and humor. If you’ve never read Jane Austen – and there are undoubtedly … Continue reading

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How to Write a Thank You Note (and why you should)

In this era, steeped in technology, it’s hard to sit down and hand-write a thank-you note when sending a text, tweet or email is so much easier. Those forms of thank-yous might be immediate, but they’re hardly as personal as … Continue reading

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Hymn Writer Extraordinaire – Fanny Crosby by Vance Christie

In an era filled with prominent Gospel song composers, Fanny Crosby (1820-1915) became the world’s premiere hymn writer of her day. A number of her hymns are still sung and appreciated by Christians around the world today. The fascinating story … Continue reading

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