Monday: Mary and Erica celebrated their mutual birthday with cake and giveaways! Here are the SIX winners! The winner of a signed copy of Forged in Love is Laura W. A $5 Amazon goes to our BIRTHDAY TWIN (Triplet?) Sally Davidson and another $5 Amazon gift card goes to Jennifer Bretsch
Erica's Winners are: Stephanie (The Debutante's Code/$5 Amazon gift card), Kris Halcomb ($5 Amazon gift card) and Abby Patterson ($5.00 Amazon gift card)
Thank you all for your comments and for entering the giveaway! We had a wonderful time celebrating our birthdays with you!
Tuesday: Pepper talked about Diamonds and Duds of Dynamic Duo Series Writing
Wednesday: Cate led a discussion on Making Use of the Waiting Time between editors
Thursday: Pam explained the The Mechanics of Writing Picture Books.
Monday: Erica talks about how to build your teaching resume.
Coming May 23rd...
A short-term solution could lead to long-term love.When Alli Krenek returns to her hometown, she's surprised to find herself agreeing to become a nanny to Jake Walker's children. Seventeen years ago, Jake betrayed Alli's trust, and she's avoided him ever since. But the more time she spends with Jake, the more his two little ones melt her heart and Alli beings to see the man Jake has become. Is this their chance to finally heal old wounds?
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8 Tips for Writing Crime Fiction by Krystal N. Craiker at ProWritingAid blog
Two Ways to Write Organic Themes by KM Weiland at Helping Writers Become Authors
Different Types of Characters in a Story by Gloria Russell at The Write Life
How to Write with AIs by Lisa Norman at Writers In The Storm
How to Read Body Language by Sue Coletta at Kill Zone blog
Voices of Hope: Why Young Writers are Important by Dan Balow at Steve Laube agency
The 5 Turning Points of a Character Arc by Janice Hardy at Fiction University
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