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Savvy Storyteller

“The usual masculine disillusionment is in discovering that a woman has a brain.” Margaret Mitchell Today is Margaret Mitchell’s birthday. Creator of Gone with the Wind, a classic beloved by readers the world over, she was born on November 8, … Continue reading

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Valuing Intuition

When Madeleine L’Engle’s fantasy novel for children was rejected by some 40 publishers, her agent gave up on the project and returned the manuscript. But then, Madeleine had the good fortune to meet John Farrar of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. … Continue reading

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Agent Bound

Surely only my muse can say why it’s taken me so long to get to this point, but I am finally ready to step my YA story out into the world. After much soul-searching and researching, I’ve decided to send … Continue reading

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Windswept Words

“The usual masculine disillusionment is in discovering that a woman has a brain.” Margaret Mitchell It’s always fun to pick up some juicy tidbits about a classic book that’s beloved by readers the world over, but had a dicey delivery. … Continue reading

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