Warren Adler

Warren Adler’s blogs have provided priceless knowledge and guidance for writers and readers alike. Touching on topics ranging from literature to technology to politics, Warren Adler’s blogs have been featured on Huffington Post, the Library Journal, Publishing Perspectives, and EContent Magazine.

Lydia Kang

Dec 6, 2017: I’m a physician by trade. For most of my life, I was really good at science, and that’s what I…

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Kimberly Belle

I’m not one of those writers who penned her first novel in crayon. Sure, I’ve always been a voracious reader, but actually being the one to think up all those words? The idea terrified me. Beyond the shaky economics of the profession, writing is a humbling, unnerving, uncomfortable thing. Sending…

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Natalie Meg Evans

I have written all my life. When she died, my mother had my first ‘novel’ tucked in her purse — three pages about a robin who left home to find food for his family and never came back. I was four when I wrote it and I can only imagine…

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Maria Duffy

I’ve always loved to write. From the time I could hold a pen, I was scribbling words, which were largely illegible but they were stories in my head. As I grew older, I loved to people-watch and listen in on conversations whenever I could. Something as simple as a woman…

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Jonathan Escoffery

I first fell in love with story’s ability to transport, to expand the borders of my reality. I recall crouching beneath my parents' kitchen counter as a child, losing Sunday afternoons reading. That words printed between book covers could take me to far off worlds, on journeys that left me…

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Lynne M. Spreen

I was always a writer; always kept a journal. I’m sixty-three and I have journals going way back. The oldest was written in the hospital when my son was born. He’s forty now. After my first divorce I wrote about the house I bought on my own, a chicken coop…

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