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Kill Your Muse and Move On by Sarah Madison

I have to admit, whenever I read someone speak of their Muse’, I cringe inside. Don’t get me wrong: there’s nothing wrong with having an outside source of inspiration for a creative project. Most of us have been there. We imagine a specific actor playing the role of our hero, or we see a photograph …
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The Pro Rookie: A New Year. A Fresh Page by Liz Crowe

Ah…..resolutions. We make them. We make fun of them. We break them. In a few cases, we keep them. For those of us who like to write, these resolutions sometimes take the form of publishing goals, or sales goals or “viral” goals or whatever else we’re calling “making an impact in the most crowded book …