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December, 2012

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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


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Rejected! Now What?
INscribeYou can learn from rejection letters if you open yourself to what they have to teach you about your writing. Use rejection to help you improve your querying and your writing.
By Bev Walton-Porter


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Seven Deadly Sins
INscribeFrom greed to sloth, side-stepping these unforeseen pitfalls of the writing life will keep you focused on your work and out of the hot seat.
By Bev Walton-Porter


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Seven Virtues
INscribeWriters should embrace the seven virtues. There is strength and support for your writing success to be found in the application of each to your scribing.
By Bev Walton-Porter


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Essential Ingredients
INscribeThree foundational ingredients are the base to the soup of any writing success. Be sure you've got these in your cupboard and begin creating the writing life you've dreamed about.
By Bev Walton-Porter


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The Last Quill
Bitter Quill Time to say goodbye to one of our columnists. Jennifer reflects on her experience with IN and looks forward to more time with her novels.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Done At Last!
Bitter Quill Jennifer Edelson finds that she needs deadlines, preferably those held fast by an outside force. Without the defined end goal, she's lost in a never-ending field of editing and rewriting.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Part III: It's A Fact
Bitter QuillEnsuring that what you write is correct when dealing with facts is an absolute must. Use a collection of resources designed to do just that.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Part II: It's A Fact
Bitter QuillThe Internet is the handiest way to do research. Jennifer Edelson gives us a primer in how to use the Web to do that research.
By Jennifer Edelson


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Part I: It's A Fact
Bitter QuillIt's important to get the facts straight and the details accurate. Jennifer Edelson shows us how this standard should apply to all genres.
By Jennifer Edelson


 
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