Tag Archives: Jane Friedman

In Life & Writing: Progress Not Perfection

We hit a milestone in Milwaukee last Sunday…the equilux, the time of season when day and night come in equal parts. Over the course of the next few months now, the sun will burn brighter, warmer, longer, and the idea of summer … Continue reading

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Growing Your Readership (and Mine)

This week, Jane Friedman posted a video of her talk from the 2013 Midwest Writers Workshop on Audience Development. In the video, she shares her experience with starting a website: the quiet beginning, the learning curve, and the principles of cultivating readers … Continue reading

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Book Recommendation: Wired for Story, by Lisa Cron

“It is only by stopping to analyze what we’re unconsciously responding to when we read a story…that we can then write a story that will grab the [reader]. This is true whether you’re writing a literary novel, hard-boiled mystery, or … Continue reading

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