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.

Elaine Viets

Aug 17, 2016: My grandpa was a master storyteller, a real raconteur. He'd tell his stories in a redbrick saloon on St. Louis's…

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Natalia Leigh

When I don’t write, I feel a sort of loneliness seep into my life. It’s as if my characters and stories are always there in the back of my mind, reprimanding me for neglecting them. Writing allows me to chase dreams and go on adventures that aren’t possible in my…

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Francis Sparks

When I was eleven years old, I discovered a fantasy series by way of our library’s bookmobile that sparked my imagination like nothing I had read before. That series began my love affair with dragons, magic, flawed heroes, complex villains and most of all, books. I found solace in my…

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April Henry

I write for so many reasons.  First, I write because no one will pay me to read and eat Doritos, which would probably be the perfect job.  I write because I was once a teen who needed to escape into stories.  I grew up poor in a little town, but books showed…

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Tara Ison

I began writing because I wanted to be a “Writer.” Not, initially, for the love of story or words or character, or the rich whiff of ink and paper, or the romantic conviction that I had anything of value to say, but because I became infatuated at an early age…

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A.M. Madden

In 2014 a middle-aged mother of two got laid off after twenty-four years with the same retail company and was suddenly unemployed. At the same time, she was just finishing up her first book—which she started as a self-challenge. Suddenly, that book became so much more than a little project.…

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