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Come to the Write Now! Mastermind Class This Wednesday!

Write A Book, Boost Your Business: Learn How Your Book Can Attract Clients with Write Now! Coach Rochelle Melander Some people are saying that a book is the new business card, but I think it’s more than that. In this 45-minute … Continue reading

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Not a Novelist? Make NaNoWriMo Work for You! By Rochelle Melander

October 13, 2015 Note From Rochelle   Dear Writers, Last week’s newsletter was filled with … broken links! I’m sorry about that! For those of you who’d like to finish a book before the year ends, I’ve created a special … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: An Interview with Gretchen Carlson

16 June 2015 Note From Rochelle Dear Writers, Thanks so much to all of you who took time to fill out my survey last week. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, here’s the scoop! My goal is to … Continue reading

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Writers@Work Interview with June Melby by Rochelle Melander

Around my birthday, I wandered into my favorite Indie bookstore, Boswell Book Company (just blocks from my house!) and looked for a signed copy of The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin. I’d been eying it for weeks, waiting … Continue reading

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The How-to Book by Rochelle Melander

From Dale Carnegie’s now classic tome, How to Win Friends and Influence People to the new How to Think More about Sex by Alain de Botton—how-to books sell big. What is a “how to book”? I’ve heard the how-to book … Continue reading

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Who Are You: Characters That Stand Out To Readers by Angela Ackerman

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Angela Ackerman to the blog. She’s an insightful writer and blogger who is the coauthor of The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Character Expression. In today’s tip, she talks about how you can create … Continue reading

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Take Your Blog from Blah to Breathtaking in Six Easy Steps

Take Your Blog from Blah to Breathtaking in Six Easy Steps by Rochelle Melander I watched a bit of the Olympic trials for gymnastics on television. I noticed that the best athletes made their sport look easy. They jumped, flipped, … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo: 6 Things to Do Before Blogging a Book

Today, I am delighted to welcome Nina Amir as my guest blogger. Nina is an author, coach, and the founder of Write Nonfiction in November. She will also be my guest on tomorrow’s Write Now! Mastermind class at 12:00 PM … Continue reading

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Why Write-A-Thon? Hard Goals Transform You

The marathon lifestyle promotes doing rather than watching…by adopting the marathon lifestyle you can confront your own lions, be your own hero, fight your own battles, challenge yourself. —Richard Benyo When I did my first write-a-thon in 2004, I had … Continue reading

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Walking and Writing by Rochelle Melander

For me, poetry is related to walking. Words and images fill me when I wander somewhere alone. Writer Bruce Chatwin lived with nomads and believed inspiration, as well as true rest, could best be found in motion. Sometimes I wish … Continue reading

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