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Better or best name form for nonfiction and/or poetry

Catrin Lewis said: ↑ As is mildly obvious, I use the pen name Catrin Lewis for my romantic suspense fiction novels. But I’ve always intended to use a form of my real name for my nonfiction and poetry. The same form for both? I hadn&...

Queen’s Letter: If I have to come over there…!

Today we have more words from Writers Forum President and Queen Laura Hernandez. With the COVID-19 numbers back on the rise in California, and with the lack of masks we see around town, it looks like this is going to be a longer ride than w...

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Gah!! How explicit should a story about child abuse/pornography be?

Wow…..well,, at least there’s a lively discussion happening! To start with, one of the major problems I am having is that I have what may end up being contradictory goals – I didn’t think they were when I started thi...

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WHY I WRITE

WHY I WRITE My childhood had a powerful influence on why I write. I was born in the city but grew up in the country. And there in the country I discovered that words could take me beyond what I knew with my eyes and my ears. It began on a h...

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WARNING – Bookselling phishing scam

Writers Groups in Franceon ThursdayWriters! WARNING!!! inamebooks.com is a phishing operation and may be listing your books…. Read the following note from the Authors Guild. Hi All,Thank you for all the information. I should also comm...

More Support Is Available For Students Unable To Find Summer Jobs

It’s official. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is here to bless your scene with his luscious coif and a $9B financial relief package for students. Why? Because young people are being hit the hardest with unemployment thanks to the COVID-19 ...

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prioritizing wips and life

Read a lot. I am getting ideas this way as I think of alternate plot lines (I jot down my ideas as I read in a word processor of good possible complications. Every story is retold). Read the classics and new. Since you are probably still re...

Vintage WD: Jay Anson, The Man Who Wrote The Amityville Horror

Jay Anson, author of The Amityville Horror, died on this day in 1980. Read the full Writer’s Digest profile of the author from March 1979. By William J. Slattery Controversy rages around Jay Anson and his book The Amityville Horror. Some ...

The Art of Spin-Offs: Freelance Article Ideas

Cultivating multiple article ideas from the same topic can help freelance writers collect more bylines explains Dinsa Sachan in this article from Writer’s Digest March/April 2019. In today’s fractured media environment, every month sees...

Vintage WD Interview: In Jennifer Weiner’s Shoes

In this February 2006 Writer’s Digest interview by Maria Schneider, novelist Jennifer Weiner shares how she creates humor in her novels and what it was like having her book turned into a blockbuster film. Numbers don’t lie. With more th...

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