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Authors Answer 108 – Bad Advice for Writers

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A month ago, we talked about the best advice we’ve received as writers or authors. But what about the opposite? We don’t always receive great advice. Some of it is best to…

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Authors Answer 107 – Our Works in Progress

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National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is a bit more than half over, so it’s a good time to talk about what we’re writing. Some of us are participating in NaNoWriMo, but many…

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Authors Answer 106 – What Authors Learn

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Authors do a lot of research. They need to learn a lot of things when they’re writing about something that they don’t know a lot about. However, authors don’t just learn from…

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Authors Answer 105 – New Knowledge Wishlist

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Welcome to our third year of Authors Answer! This is the first question of the new season, and we’re going strong. Last week’s question had a wonderful response and proved to be…

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Authors Answer 104 – Best Advice for Authors

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Welcome to a very special Authors Answer! This is our 104th edition, which means it’s the end of our second year. And just like last year, we have some guest authors giving…

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Authors Answer 103 – Top Influencing Books

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Authors have many influences, and it’s something we’ve talked about before. However, we never did focus on the books themselves. Authors tend to also be avid readers, and a lot of the…

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Authors Answer 102 – Graphic Literature

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Comic books and graphic novels are very popular. Both children and adults read them. There are comics for children, comics and graphic novel for adults. Although they are filled with pictures, they…

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