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Writers Read: Five Favorite Freelancing Books by Kelly James-Enger

I’m thrilled to welcome Kelly James-Enger to the blog to talk about her five favorite freelancing books. Earlier this year, I began doing more freelancing again and needed help. I turned to Kelly James-Enger’s new book and my new favorite … Continue reading

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Writers Read: The Stories that Don’t Make Sense by Jocelyn Koehler

Our Friday Writers Read posts give authors an opportunity to write about the books that inspire their work. Today, Jocelyn Koehler writes about the enigmatic and engaging world of fairy tales—contemplating how we make sense of the stories that don’t … Continue reading

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Writers Read: Romantic Suspense by Sandra Peut

Welcome to our summer Writers Read series (even though I know it is technically spring and some of you are still looking out at lakes covered in ice). Today, I am delighted to welcome Sandra Peut to the blog to … Continue reading

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Writers Read: Female Protagonists who Rock Fantasy Novels by Hannah Johnson-Breimeier

I’m thrilled to welcome one of my favorite Boswell Book Company‘s booksellers, Hannah Johnson-Breimeier, to the blog. She’s writing about one of my all-time favorite book categories: young adult fantasy with strong protagonists! Enjoy! Writers Read: Female Protagonists who Rock … Continue reading

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Writers Read Children’s’ Books by Jonathan Fenske

Writers, can you remember falling in love with picture books? I do. I have distinct memories of wanting to crawl into the scenes of some of my first picture books and early readers. I thought Pippi Longstocking would make a … Continue reading

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Five Writing Tips Inspired by Jane Austen by Jane Nardin

I’m delighted to welcome author and professor Jane Nardin to the blog who has brilliant advice for us from Jane Austen and Pride and Prejudice. Follow the directions below the tip to enter to win a copy of Jane Nardin’s … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: Prison Stories by Elaine Blanchard

I met Elaine Blanchard in 2006 at Washington National Cathedral’s College of Preachers. We’d both received fellowships to study writing. After long days of writing, workshops, and eating amazing food, we’d head out to walk the neighborhood and talk. Since … Continue reading

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WritersRead: Holiday Gift Ideas for Writers by Sarah C. Lange

I’m delighted to welcome back guest blogger Sarah C. Lange for some absolutely fabulous gift recommendations for writers. Enjoy! —Rochelle WritersRead: Holiday Gift Ideas for Writers by Sarah C. Lange If you’re like most writers I know, even though you … Continue reading

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Writers Read: Books About Fall (and a bonus Apple Cider Recipe) by Jocelyn Koehler

Happy Friday and Happy Fall! Today author Jocelyn Koehler writes about books for Fall (and ooh, what delicious choices!) In addition, she’s giving away three ecopies of her spectacular book of fairy tales, The Way Through the Woods. Check out … Continue reading

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Writers Read: Books So Good They’ll Make You Cry by Sarah C. Lange

When I read this post last Friday, I went right out to the library and got one of the books. Now don’t be thinking I was hoping for a good cry. I was just hoping for a great book. (Though, … Continue reading

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