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Possible … Not Probable

Some years ago in a weak moment I fell victim to some mediocre book marketing—“follow-up to the international best-selling Pillars of the Earth!”—and purchased Ken Follett’s World Without End, a one thousand–page historical novel. I’d read and enjoyed his early work*—Eye of the Needle (1978), Triple (1979), The Key to Rebecca (1980), The Man from […]

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Finding Your Genre: An Epiphany

In my ongoing Read Play Edit Rehabilitation Program, let me introduce my friend Christa Allan, writing about the importance of identifying your genre in a post repurposed from her own blog. Finding Your Genre: An Epiphany If you’re not from New Orleans and you find yourself plopped in the Big Easy one day, it’s likely […]

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