Posts Tagged "Authors"


Who are you #WRITING with?

Who are you #WRITING with?


Posted By on Jul 21, 2014

Tonight we’ll be discussing whether writing in a group, with a partner, or alone works best for us. Kallie Ross, Morgan Wylie, and Gaby Robbins are each working through different stages of the writing process and they will each talk about what motivates them. Who are you writing...

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#LoveWriteCreate

#LoveWriteCreate


Posted By on Jul 17, 2014

#LoveWriteCreate is a hashtag that my PLOFFEE/PLUNCH (a.k.a. plots & coffee, sometimes into lunch) group came up with to give tips, encourage, and inspire each other on Twitter.  Gaby Robbins, Morgan Wylie, and myself have all benefitted socially and professionally from our get-togethers.  We all came to the conclusion that sharing our experiences, both good and bad, would be helpful to other authors that might be feeling alone in...

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Streamed live on Jun 29, 2014 Tonight we have Kallie Ross, Morgan Wylie, Gaby Robbins, and Laura Byrne-Cristiano discussing book conventions. What works, what doesn’t!? What we want more of, and who we want to see more of?! Plus, what would our perfect convention look...

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#LoveWriteCreate April Showers


Posted By on Apr 8, 2014

Discussing writing with writers. That’s what we do. Morgan, Gaby, and I take on April with a little more ‘life’, and a little less literature. There has been so much going on, and we have been feeling a little overwhelmed… But doesn’t everyone? This week we take on the topic of book covers… What we love, and hate! Tell us what covers are your favorites, and I’ll be sharing my favorites on...

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#LoveWriteCreate

#LoveWriteCreate


Posted By on Jun 20, 2013

#LoveWriteCreate is a hashtag that my PLOFFEE/PLUNCH (a.k.a. plots & coffee, sometimes into lunch) group came up with to give tips, encourage, and inspire each other on Twitter.  Gaby Robbins, Morgan Wylie, Teal Haviland, and myself have all benefitted socially and professionally from our get-togethers.  We all came to the conclusion that sharing our experiences, both good and bad, would be helpful to other authors that might be...

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