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A lot of people have asked me how did I end up writing a book and getting it traditionally published.
To understand where I ended up, one has to explain where I came from.
I’m from a small town in Northern Maine, where books were my best friends as they enabled the creative imagination of a young girl who was a dreamer, and…Continue
Directions and Impossibilities
Welcome to today’s article! I hope you’re keeping busy and life is not getting in the way of your writing schedule too much.
We’re going to talk about two short items today. The first is directional redundancies. It’s a big term, isn’t it? It was covered briefly in Article…Continue
Melanie Cusick-Jones discusses the background to Hope’s Daughter and The Rainbow Maker’s Tale, covering ‘writer’s inspiration’.
Once Upon a Time … there was a boy named Balik and a girl named Cassie and they lived on board the Space Station Hope. But where did they come from?
Before it occurred to me that I could write anything at all, I was a voracious reader. Certain authors have that certain kind of magical ability that makes you forget about the real world around you, and get lost in the worlds that they create. It’s a form of love, I think. I greedily awaited new books from my favourites, impatiently awaited sequels in series. For any book I truly love I’m always hopeful of sequels. I suppose that any writer who…Continue