Posts Tagged Alice Osborn

5 Things I Learned from the Dream It Do It Women’s Writing Retreat

Today we welcome back fine artist/teacher and novelist Laura Azzi to Write from the Inside Out. Laura lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is extremely active in the Wonderland Book Club, a monthly gathering of the NC Writers’ Network Wake County members. Laura was one of my 10 Dream It Do Women’s Writing Retreat participants and…

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The Dry Grass of August by A.J. Mayhew Book Review

Today we welcome back fine artist/teacher and novelist Laura Azzi to Write from the Inside Out. Laura lives in Raleigh, NC, and is extremely active in the Wonderland Book Club, a monthly gathering of the NC Writers’ Network Wake County members. While I’m off hosting my second annual Dream It, Do It Women’s Writing Retreat this…

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The Secret to Joining the Wonderland Book Club

That’s the thing–there’s no secret to joining the Wonderland Book Club in Raleigh, North Carolina. All you have to do is show up  (and we’re free)! Thanks to the News & Observer posting the Wonderland Book Club in their “Triangle Reads” section, our Meetup group’s numbers have swelled from a hundred members to over 150. I can…

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Spring Mini Blog Tour: 4 Questions Answered

Spring Mini Blog Tour: 4 Questions Answered

If you’re an author, it’s quite common to be asked about your next project. And if you’re an author, you’ve always have homework to do! This is the reasoning behind this spring mini blog tour where authors answer four questions about their upcoming work. I’m honored to be tagged by Megan Cutter, co-author with her…

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5 Tips for Booking Your Blog

5 Tips for Booking Your Blog

Are you a writer who wants to be a published author? You may unknowingly have already started on your masterpiece! If you have a blog, that is. If your goal is to finish your book this year, why not use your blog to make it happen? You can attract the attention of publishers thanks to…

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13 Literary Things About Me

13 Literary Things About Me

In my last blog post I wrote about “13 Things About Me” which was more personal stuff–now in this post I’ve listed 13 Things About Me–the Literary Version. Enjoy!   1.     What was your favorite book as a child?   Animal Farm by George Orwell—I read it when I was 9 years old and I…

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Keep Calm and Do Reiki

Keep Calm and Do Reiki

Life is stressful; there’s no way around that, but you can manage your stress so it won’t manage you! That’s where Reiki comes in. What’s Reiki? Reiki is an ancient natural healing method that promotes balance and wellness. Reiki, applied with the hands by an attuned practitioner, addresses all levels of well-being on a physical,…

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How to Write a Novel Over a Weekend

How to Write a Novel Over a Weekend

Today enjoy novelist, editor and Star Wars fan, Belea T. Keeney share one of her favorite books for laying out your novel’s outline and story structure. Read on! Building a house? You’d use an architect’s blueprint, get a site plan, line up your subcontactors, right? Writing a novel? Try Robert J. Ray’s The Weekend Novelist…

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Join an Awesome Book Club

Join an Awesome Book Club

The Wonderland Book Club is now in its fifth year and every meeting boasts fantastic turn-outs—probably the best ever in the history of this book club. Not only do we host North Carolina authors every month and discuss their books, we also gather and share publication leads, locate critique groups, and buy/sell books and services…

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How to Awaken the Imagination in Writing and Business

How to Awaken the Imagination in Writing and Business

Thank you, Dave Baldwin for another fantastic post about how tips from a noted novelist can help you overcome your writing blocks. Enjoy and be inspired! And if you’d like to know more about the craft of writing fiction, check out my new webinar series STARTING TOMORROW:   How to Write the Next Great American Novel…

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