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Writers@Work: Interview with Author Jessica Hagy by Rochelle Melander

19 May 2015 Note From Rochelle Dear Writers, As summer approaches, I’m planning writing projects and reading lists. To help you write better and read more, I’m welcoming many guest writers to share their best writing tips and favorite summer … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: An Interview with Author Dasha Kelly

12 May 2015 Note From Rochelle Dear Writers, I’m celebrating my birthday this week! In honor of it, I’m offering a special discounted price for my Jumpstart Your Writing coaching package. This package has helped clients start books, finish books, … Continue reading

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The Keys to Writing Success: Write, Submit, Repeat by Rochelle Melander

5 May 2015 Note From Rochelle Dear Writers, Happy May! I’m celebrating my birthday this month. For me, that means more walks and events with family and friends. For you, that means a special discounted price for my Jumpstart Your … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: An Interview with Author Dana Cameron

  28 April 2015 Note From Rochelle Dear Writers, Greetings! I spent Saturday at the Wisconsin Romance Writers of America conference, soaking up tips on writing romance for young adults. The conference was held in conjunction with the annual Barbara … Continue reading

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Overcome Procrastination in Five Minutes or Less by Rochelle Melander

21 April 2015 Note From Rochelle Dear Writers, Great news! Writer’s Digest magazine has named Write Now! Coach one of the 101 Best Websites for Writers. This is my first time on the list, and I’m honored to be there … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: Content–What It Is, What It Does, and Why You Need It by Sarah Schwab

14 April 2015 Note From Rochelle Dear Writers, I’m delighted to welcome Sarah Schwab, the content creation coach, to the blog to explain what content is and why you need it. As a writer, you’ve no doubt been hearing a … Continue reading

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Juggling Timelines in Your Novel by Hallie Ephron

Note From Rochelle Dear Writers, Last fall, I had the privilege of attending Mystery Writers of America MWA University. While there, I heard Hallie Ephron speak about Dramatic Structure and Plotting—which changed the way I think about writing fiction. I’ve … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Write Your Bestselling, Client-Attracting Book in a Weekend and Make a Fortune! by Rich van Smarmington

Writers, I’m delighted to welcome my colleague Rich van Smarmington to the blog. He read Write-A-Thon: Write Your Book in 26 Days (and Live to Tell About It) and told me he could teach you how to write even faster … Continue reading

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Three Surprising Reasons to Write Poetry by Rochelle Melander

Creativity is intelligence having fun. —Albert Einstein   Most of my clients write serious stuff, novels about tough subjects and nonfiction books with big ideas. Come to think of it, I’m usually writing about the darker parts of life. That’s why … Continue reading

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How to Find the Perfect Agent by Rochelle Melander

There was a time in the not-so-distant past when agents were an essential part of achieving success as a writer. That’s no longer true. Today, writers can succeed without an agent by publishing with small presses, connecting with editors directly, … Continue reading

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