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Five Habits Writers Should Develop to Beat Procrastination by Cari Bennette


A Hero for Every Story by Joan Kayse

I met Joan Kayse online several years ago, and was lucky enough to meet her – and her cohorts in the Romance Bandits – at RWA National in 2009. Note: Joan will be stuck in […]

MOVIES ‘R US by Libby Fischer Hellmann

Since I met Libby Fischer Hellmann some years back, I seem to come across her everywhere. Not long ago, I was sitting in my living room, watching a mystery on my local PBS station when […]

And we have another winner…

My apologies for missing the date I should have announced the winner of J B Lynn‘s prize drawing – August 10. In her post of July 27, “The Good, The Bad, and What No Tells […]

And the winner is…

On July 29, Jenn Stark announced a giveaway on her post, SIX STEPS TO ESTABLISHING YOUR AUTHOR BRAND, with the winner to be announced August 18. The winner will receive a digital copy of Getting Wilde. ***Drum […]

The Myth of the Ladies’ Gun by Adam Firestone

Today’s post is a replay of a 2013 post by RU’s resident weapons expert ADAM FIRESTONE. The internet has been full of accounts of parental displeasure over the proliferation of Pepto Bismol pink in girls’ […]

And the winner is…

One of today’s commenters will win a paperback copy of one of MOLLY MACRAE’s Haunted Yarn Shop books – winner’s choice. And the winner is…MARIAN ALLEN! Marian, please contact Molly at this link to let […]

The Practical and the Emotional – Creating a Believable World by Molly MacRae

The first time I met Molly MacRae, I was at a small mystery conference, and I was running a high fever after coming down with some kind of 24-hour flu bug. That whole conference passed […]

Six Steps to Establishing Your Author Brand by Jenn Stark

I’ve known JENN STARK since before she was published, when we were both members of the Ohio Valley RWA chapter (which, sadly, is no more). I had the opportunity to read part of one of […]

The Good, The Bad, and What No Tells You About Writing Outside the Box by J B Lynn

I first met J B (Jen) Lynn and discovered her books at Barnes & Noble’s now defunct Mystery Forum. As a long-time fan of mystery, romance and romantic suspense, I always have my eye open for something […]

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