Author Archives: Writer's Relief Staff

ProofNEEDing: Same Difference, Right?

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That’s not a bathroom we’d like to be in!

The Libraries Of The Future: Coming Soon To A Library Near You

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With the press of a button or a few taps on a screen, an abundance of free and affordable electronic reading material is available instantly. So you might wonder how libraries, filled with stacks and stacks of dusty books, can possibly compete in our digital age. It’s simple—your local library has evolved in exciting, newContinue Reading

Interview With An Author: Jennifer Finney Boylan

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In our Interview With An Author series, Writer’s Relief asks professional writers to share their tried-and-true secrets for publishing success. Professor Jennifer Finney Boylan is the author of 13 books, including the best-selling memoir She’s Not There: A Life in Two Genders and the newly released Stuck in the Middle with You: Parenthood In ThreeContinue Reading

Should You Fire Your Literary Agent? The 10 Signs That It’s Time To Say Good-bye

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It’s not easy to make the decision to leave your literary agency. No writer wants to fire a literary agent. Usually, literary agents and writers enter into their partnership with lots of enthusiasm and optimism. Most writers would rather try to work out any problems with their current agent than start the entire process ofContinue Reading

Writing: The Super-Secret Super-Vitamin for Adults AND Kids

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  We’re pleased to share this guest post written by Jenni Buchanan. As the Reading Rainbow Mom, Jenni enjoys encouraging readers of ALL ages to believe that they can “go anywhere, be anything.” And since reading and writing go hand in hand, Jenni shares with us how writing benefits kids of all ages and whatContinue Reading






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