Using Family to Inspire Fiction

Today’s guest post comes from author Douglas Weissman. Douglas Weissman’s Young Adult series and New Adult novel were released by Epic Press in Fall 2016. His short stories have been published in 3 Elements Review, Wild Musette, Kingdoms in the Wild, Lamplit Underground, and I […]

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More of the Best Books From 2021

Today’s guest post comes from my friend Amber King, who I’ve collaborated with in the past. Amber owns her own Life Coaching business and is the Assistant Dean of Students at Montana State University. She’s also currently a PhD student in adult and higher education. […]

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A Romance Obsession

Today’s guest post comes from author Kirsten S. Blacketer. Kirsten is a multi-published indie author of both steamy historical and contemporary romance. When she’s not writing, she homeschools her two children and enjoys time with her family. In those moments of freedom, she devours romance […]

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Writing Through Trauma

Today’s guest post comes from author Cindy Benezra, whose memoir Under the Orange Blossoms: An Inspirational Story of Bravery and Strength is out now in paperback. If I had the foresight of how difficult it would have been to write through trauma, I would have […]

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Why Does Queer Representation Matter?

Today’s guest post comes from sci-fi horror writer Alice B. Sullivan, whose debut novella will be published in August 2021. She also writes #OwnVoices fiction on her website. Why Does Queer Representation Matter? Pride can be defined as “consciousness of one’s own dignity.” Dignity can […]

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How Writers Kill

Today’s guest post is from author Abby Vandiver. I took two sessions from Abby during Writer’s Digest’s virtual conference this year. When she introduced herself by saying “I’m an author and I kill people.” It made me want to know more about what it’s like […]

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