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Northwest Bookfest 2012

Northwest Bookfest 2012 was held this past weekend in Kirkland, WA. The annual festival is a celebration of the literary arts, where readers, writers, publishers and authors can connect. It hosts workshops, panels, classes and author readings, with the purpose … Continue reading

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Can You Write Anytime, Anywhere?

Now that we’re moving into the summer months, I am looking at our family calendar and all the activities we have planned.  I’m trying to figure out how I’m going to continue to carve out time for writing each day. … Continue reading

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Andrea Hurst Literary Agent

Agent Vickie Motter from Andrea Hurst Literary Management visited our class yesterday.  She acquires genre fiction in the young adult and romance categories, and had some interesting things to say about the current trends in the publishing industry.  She mentioned that while YA dystopian … Continue reading

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Invisible Ink class with Brian McDonald

This past weekend I attended a two-day writing class taught by Brian McDonald, author of Invisible Ink and The Golden Theme.  Brian is an award-winning writer/director/producer who has worked in film, television and comic books for more than twenty-five years.  He has taught … Continue reading

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I’m here now

A little over two years ago, I sat down to write a novel and told myself it was just for the fun of it.  Deep down I always wanted to be a writer, but I didn’t have the courage to admit it to myself … Continue reading

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