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COLUMNS December, 2012

IN Her Own Write

In Her Own WriteA temporary timeout and some suggested reading may tide you over till our 2009 return.
By Anne R. Allen

Pen IN Hand

Cha, Cha, Cha, Changes!
Pen In HandSearching for a publisher and ghostwriting are ways to stay busy during the transition. Changes can be exciting!
By Peggy Bechko

Write On!

LA Bound
Write OnDon't wait! Don't stop writing. Keep the momentum with your writing projects and move yourself forward with every day. Progress is being made.
By Ken Robinson


High Expectations
INstructionHelping new writers learn about the craft and possibly reminding seasoned creators about things that may have slipped their minds has been a great opportunity. I'm looking forward to 2009!
By Helen Dunn Frame

IN Her Own Write

For Whose Eyes Only?
In Her Own WriteThe pros advocate a low-tolerance policy on exclusive reads. There are certain rules you can follow to protect yourself from the restrictive and paralyzing clutches of the exclusive read.
By Anne R. Allen

Pen IN Hand

Writer As Juggler
Pen In HandWhat do you do when there's too much going on? How do you manage all your life's details and get your writing done on time and to the right level of quality? Here's a little perspective to help.
By Peggy Bechko

Write On!

Part II: Secret Origins Of A Screenwriter
Write OnEncouragement and validation from an outside source was the catalyst that got this writer rolling. Work your connections and keep the pen moving.
By Ken Robinson


Outdated Laws Or Plot Twists
INstructionClever little things laws. Add some spice to your writing by pulling out obscure laws.
By Helen Dunn Frame


Creative Karma
INscribePick up these five sure ways to develop your creative karma by doing as you would be done by.
By Bev Walton-Porter

IN Her Own Write

Rewrites Without A Contract?
In Her Own WriteThere are opportunities to be had if you are willing to make revisions and rewrite your novel according to an agent's requests. However, if you can't stomach what this agent sells, you probably shouldn't be partnering anyway.
By Anne R. Allen

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