Tag Archives: nonfiction

Letting Go, Part II

Some time ago I wrote about “letting go” of my earliest writings (you can read that post here).  Just for the record, I still have most of those early writings, slowly rotting away on decades-old onion-skin typing paper.  I will … Continue reading

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HELP WANTED! Guest Bloggers with stories about Good People Doing Great Things

HELP WANTED! Guest Bloggers with stories about Good People Doing Great Things. I know there are some excellent writers out there looking for opportunities to share their thoughts and insights and their research.  Here’s a blog on compassion, on “good … Continue reading

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A Call for Submissions: Reblogged from The HeSo Project

Originally posted on The HeSo Project:
I’d love to read your mini memoirs, and I’m sure my readers would too! If you would like to be a part of the Mini Memoir Monday series, please submit a memoir that’s 500-1500…

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Calling All Artists! Calling All Artists!

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
Calling All Artists! Do I have your attention? I’m writing to let all authors, poets, musicians, painters, and any artist types that I forgot! The Community Storyboard is a new and exciting blog where…

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NEW RELEASES FOR WRITERS AND FANTASY FANS: “Writing for You” and Legends of Windemere on July 31, 2013!

Originally posted on Creative Writing with the Crimson League:
I am stoked, you guys: “Writing for You: A Novelist’s Guide to the Craft of Fiction” is FINALLY out in the world. It was months in the making and comes per…

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Balancing the Personal with the Professional in Writing

Today’s guest blogger at the Writer’s Resource Center, Tom Johnson, offers a provocative post on balancing personal with professional content in nonfiction writing. On one extreme, there is “oversharing,” such as that exemplified by bloggers such as Emily Gould. On … Continue reading

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