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SCWW Conference Faculty Guest Post: Bob Mayer

  It’s a marathon, not a sprint.  This ties in with my Write It Forward concept that authors must have…

Get the Most from a SCWW Conference-Focus on What You Want by Joan Y. Edwards

Get the Most from a SCWW Conference-Focus on What You Want by Joan Y. Edwards

Focus on What You Want image Copyright © 2013 Joan Y. Edwards “Get the Most from a SCWW Conference-Focus on…

I Have Not Yet Begun to Write by Len Lawson

I Have Not Yet Begun to Write by Len Lawson

  I was asked recently a familiar question to authors… So how do I go about writing a book? Below…

SCWW Conference Faculty Guest Post: Holly McClure

  Next month, I will be presenting at the South Carolina Writers Conference in Myrtle Beach SC.  I’m looking forward…

SCWW Conference Faculty Guest Post: Beth Ann Cagle

Memoir Poetry: The Sound and Rhythm of Our Memories by Beth Ann Cagle Growing up from the mid ‘60s into…

SCWW Conference Faculty Guest Post: Alice Osborn

SCWW Conference Faculty Guest Post: Alice Osborn

Writers are Heroes by Alice Osborn While you’re writing your novel or memoir about your hero on the page, you’re…

SCWW Conference Faculty Guest Post: Samantha Bagood

At Adams Literary, we receive over 10,000 submissions a year. That averages out to over 30 queries a day. So,…

Pulling Your Character’s Emotional Trigger by Ann Eisenstein

Pulling Your Character’s Emotional Trigger by Ann Eisenstein

  What’s your emotional trigger? The thing that stops you in your tracks, makes your heart pound or stop, and…

SCWW Conference Faculty Guest Post: Linda Lovely

Making Sound Decisions on Audiobooks   I’m delighted to be serving on the audiobook panel, “Hearing Books, Seeing Profits,” at…

SCWW Conference Faculty Guest Post: Ann Collette

  I’ll never forget something Helen Rees, the now semi-retired head of the Rees Literary Agency, said to me when…