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  • LS Admin posted a new video:
    July 23, 2022
    Dean Koontz: On getting into character & how Jane Hawk is his favorite | The Silent Corner
    Bestselling author Dean Koontz discusses his new heroine Jane Hawk and her motivations in THE SILENT CORNER, revealing that's she's beginning to become his favorite character of all time. Read more about Dean's newest novel, THE SILENT CORNER: http://b...
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    • LS Admin One of my favorite #authors , his Jane Hawk series is my most favorite of his writing yet! I am on the last in the series and dreading the end as it's so good, I want it to continue!
    • Tiffany B I've read book series and just single books that I really didn't want to end. The author was so good I was emotionally invested in these books. There were times I would bring some of these books while driving and would just read at a traffic light, if...  more
  • Mandi Konesni wrote a new blog entry:
    October 19, 2017
    NanoWriMo Tips & Tricks From a Past Participant
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    October 17, 2017
    NanoWriMo 2017
  • Donna B wrote a new blog entry:
    May 20, 2017
    Publishing a Children's Book
    • Tiffany B Great information for publishing with Amazon's CreateSpace. It's always helpful to know what you are getting into and have the advice you need as you move through the book publishing process. Thanks so much!!
  • Donna B wrote a new blog entry:
    July 2, 2016
    In the Monster - A Horror Writer's Perspective
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    • Mandi Konesni I love this! For me, whenever I have to write a violent type post for my roleplays or when I wrote Prey, I tapped into my feelings and emotions when I was bullied in high school, or when people were cruel to me. It helped to figuratively purge them.
    • Donna B Oh that's a good way to do it really. I can draw from that too.
  • LS Admin wrote a new blog entry:
    February 26, 2016
    Review - Risque Romance Vol 1 by Mandi Konesni
  • Donna B wrote a new blog entry:
    June 14, 2015
    A Muse by any Other Name
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    • Tiffany B Good points; I think if I had muse(s) I'd find that my friends are often inspiring. You have to take the time to listen to them and learn, then the inspirational thought flows.
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    February 24, 2015
  • LS Admin wrote a new blog entry:
    February 21, 2015
    Word Count for Writing
  • LS Admin wrote a new blog entry:
    January 20, 2015
    Using Today's Headlines in a Story - American Sniper
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    • Mandi Konesni I think that a lot of times people are scared to explore those emotions as they're terrified of what they'd find within themselves. But many fail to realize that as a writer, your job is to make others question what they think, feel... what...  more
    • Tiffany B Thank you, you pose a lot of questions as writers we should ask ourselves as we wield a story line.