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Guest Danielle Younge-Ullman on Inspiration

Guest Danielle Younge-Ullman on Inspiration

[Danielle Younge-Ullman debuted in July 2008 with Falling Under (do read presentation/review) — a book this Fairy Godmother described as painfully breathtaking and brutally exquisite. And it remains so in its Kindle Editon and NOOK Book format. Today, in this guest post, the author focuses on her inspiration for the novel, and what makes the story passionately honest.] Inspiration It’s kind of a pretty word, a word that suggests something beautiful, like a butterfly landing on your fingertip, or a…

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Our Authors’ Go-To Writing Books, III

Our Authors’ Go-To Writing Books, III

Today’s post presents the third and final additions in response to this question: I wondered, what do your authors read in the way of writing books? Do they have favorites they refer to again and again? Do they read the classics like, Bird by Bird, or Writing Down the Bones, or do they favor books on craft like, Save the Cat? Reading (and writing) minds want to know! Shana Mahaffey (Sounds Like Crazy): “The best investment I EVER made was…

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