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Thirty Days

“Thirty days and nights of literary abandon! No plot? No problem!” NaNoWriMo A heads up for anyone who’s been noodling around a novel project: National Novel Writing Month (also known as NaNoWriMo) is almost upon us. November isn’t all voting, … Continue reading

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October 8

“We expect over 400 libraries to participate in the first year of this annual event, which is pretty amazing.” Mitchell Davis, BiblioLabs Indie authors, rev your engines! Enthusiastic readers and library lovers, mark your calendars! On October 8, 2016, libraries … Continue reading

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Jump-starting Projects

We’ve all been there: Sometimes even the most promising of projects stalls — or rather, we stall when it comes to pushing through to the end. When this happens, more often than not, we set that piece of writing aside … Continue reading

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Finding Out

“Google can bring you back 100,000 answers. A librarian can bring you back the right one.” Neil Gaiman Whether we’re writing nonfiction or fiction, there’s no shortage of intriguing and colorful information we may choose to use to spark up … Continue reading

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Thirty Days

“Thirty days and nights of literary abandon! No plot? No problem!” NaNoWriMo As we head into November, I thought I’d give anyone who has been noodling around a novel project a heads up: National Novel Writing Month (also known as … Continue reading

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