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About five years ago I looked at the future of publishing and felt … deeply worried. The rise in the sale of e-readers heralded both opportunities and concerns. You see, there aren’t a lot of avid readers in the world. About 40 percent of the people in the US won’t read a book this year—or…

Why I’m no Long Cautiously Optimistic about the Future of Publishing

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I had the good fortune to interview Kelly Thompson, author of The Girl Who Would Be King and Storykiller. She gives some great advice to aspiring novelists and shares the ups and downs of her journey! 

An Interview with Novelist Kelly Thompson, Part 1

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The third installation of my freelancing article series on StoryForge! If you’re starting to dabble in freelancing, check out parts One, Two, and Three.

Query it Up: How Freelancing Will Improve Your Writing Career – Part 3

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Here’s my latest article for StoryForge! (Connect with them on Facebook for updates on articles, inspiration, and their fantastic webcomic.)

Over the past year and a half, I have written articles for a group of interior decor magazines and picked up other gigs along the way. And I love it, partially because am paid to write, and partially because I learn so much in the process!

What has your freelance experience been like?

How Freelancing will Improve you Writing Career

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Visit StoryForge to see the Honeysuckle’s season launch of the wonderfully dreadful NaNoWriMo!

How is day one treating you?

NaNoWriMo Day 1: Avoiding the Apocalypse