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What have you been #reading ?

Reading novels and short stories has been my salvation for as long as I can remember. In the past few months, I’ve struggled with travel and other family issues, and reading has once again come to the rescue. These novels and short stories have been on my bedside table: I’ve dipped into one or the…

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When is not #Writing, Writing? #IWSG

The year-end vacation was a break of dreams: a few days in the middle of an Indonesian village reading books and more books, and listening to no noise other than that of birds. Well, a distant cow or two, and the rather demanding cats who made sure we shared our breakfasts, with their long, purr-ey…

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Want #Writing Tips from Author Paul McVeigh? #IWSG

Life has kept me away for a while, but I’m back with the ongoing guest post series. It is my absolute pleasure today to welcome to this site award-winning author and writing teacher, Paul McVeigh. The highlights of his insightful responses are marked in blue. 1. At what age did you start writing fiction? What…

Roz Morris Writing advice

Want #Writing and #SocialMedia Tips from Author and Book Doctor, Roz Morris? #IWSG

Here on Daily (w)rite, as part of the ongoing guest post series, it is my absolute pleasure today to welcome to this site author Roz Morris, whose blog has been an essential part of my writing life. She’s an award-nominated author, book doctor, ghostwriter and writing teacher. The highlights of her insightful responses are marked…