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Fanfiction 101 for a Fanfiction Newbie

I am new to the world of fanfiction. However, I just finished reading Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell and now my interest is piqued. So, I decided to see what all the fuss was about.

Friday Funday: My 5 Favorite Book-Related News Stories from this Week

Let's face it. The daily news stinks. If you're feeling depressed about the news and want ignore it for a little while also, and if you love books and writing, here are 5 of my favorite book-related stories from this week!

Monday Blog: How I Get Blog Ideas

I'm a daily blogger. Really, I blog every day. I do it because I love writing and thoughts and ideas. Still it does have it's challenges. One of which is figuring out what to blog about.

Traits Writers Have in Common – What I Learned from an Author Panel

Author panels are meant for the audience to learn about authors and their books. But, the authors themselves can learn a few things too, like what they have in common.

One Last Poem for #NationalPoetryMonth – Lucid California Dreaming With My Favorite Young Poet

It's the end of April, which means it's also the last day of National Poetry Month. To say goodbye to this month and what also feels like goodbye to spring, I've chosen one last poem from one of my favorite young poets Emma Flood, an ethereal wanderlust of words for those who seek to dream.

National Tell a Story Day: My Story – A Case of Dognip

April 27th is National Tell a Story Day. To celebrate, this is a story about what it's like to be dognip...

200 Blog Posts in Almost 200 Days – What Have I Learned from Blogging

When The Travelers (Saguaro Books) first released back in October 2016, I decided to start blogging every single day. Well, yesterday, on my birthday, I reached 200 blog posts and asked myself what I had learned from this experience so far.

Tiny Travel House of the Future – Traveling with The Travelers (Spring Break Edition)

I hate camping. Yet as a writer I have that itch to jump in a convertible and set off across the country Thelma and Louise style (without the cliff). Enter the tiny house.

Why Can’t a Writer be President? America’s Obsession With Visual Un-Reality

Almost everyone, at least in the US, watches TV daily. We consume shows and movies like they're candy that our parents might suddenly take away. We all have our favorite genres and actors.

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