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by Ervin Anderson • 7 comments
Sometimes the best conversations about writing are the strangest ones.
We’ve all had interesting conversations about writing with non-writers. People will ask, “Where do you get your ideas?” and “What drives you to write?” and “Writing is hard, right?” This past weekend,...
by Holly Jennings • 7 comments
The best way to begin freelance writing is to just dive in. Don’t buy a million books; they will just overwhelm you. Here’s a basic list of things you need to know and do to nab that first freelance writing gig:
The best way to begin freelance writing is to just dive in. Don’t buy a million books; they will just overwhelm you. Here’s a basic list of things you need to know and do to nab that first freelance...
by Justin C. Key • 9 comments
That book rocked my world....but was it GOOD!?
A couple blog posts back I mentioned a potential replacement to the late, great Michael Crichton. His name is Warren Fahy and his first novel, Fragment, is full of scientific excellence and enough thr...
by Ervin Anderson • 4 comments
Can our words possibly make us immortal? Definitely. Maybe.
I must admit that I don’t write simply because I love it. That’s certainly a large part of it, no doubt, but there’s more. I write because I don’t want to be irrelevant. Fifty years from now, a hund...
by Holly Jennings • 8 comments
The first in a series of posts about starting a freelance writing business.
You can make money writing. Just not by writing fiction or poetry. That’s not true. (But it kind of is.) Let me explain. Most authors, even the ones who have had a book on the bestseller’...
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