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Returning to the Quagmire

Returning to the Quagmire

If you follow us on social media, I’m sure you’ve noticed that during the start of 2017 the three of us started sharing posts from our early days, or other websites. Reading my old blog posts is fun and thought […]

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Don’t Frustrate Your Readers

Don’t Frustrate Your Readers

As I was planning this post, I didn’t think about an obvious qualifier I left out of my title: Don’t frustrate your readers in a bad way. There are both good and bad ways to frustrate your readers. The good ways keep […]

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Celebrate Success

Celebrate Success

Celebrate your success. The little things will keep you going when the going gets tougher. And we all know that it will get tougher. I feel like I’ve talked about creative hours non-stop, but it looks like I just mentioned […]

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A Special Kind of Anxiety: Submitting Stories

A Special Kind of Anxiety: Submitting Stories

One of my 2017 goals is to submit each of my three shelved stories three times each by December 31st. This sounds relatively easy, right? The stories are written. They’ve been polished –two edited by a writer who is amazing […]

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GUEST POST: Queens & Courtesans, an Anthology Editor’s Perspective

GUEST POST: Queens & Courtesans, an Anthology Editor’s Perspective

Today we have a wonderful guest post by former Inkette Jessica Corra, anthology editor for Queens & Courtesans!

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3 Things Needed to Finish Your Short Story

3 Things Needed to Finish Your Short Story

I have been working on a short story anthology with a bunch of people from Sirens Conference. This anthology, Queens &Courtesans, is completely grassroots where all time is donated and all proceeds go to Sirens Conference itself–because we all love […]

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