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    Special Events for all Writers!

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    Today at the Learning Center...

    Making The Time to Write by Sherry Peters

    One of the most popular questions asked of writers is “When do you find the time to write?” The short answer is, “When you want it bad enough, you’ll find the time to do it.” But it isn’t always so easy, not with work and family and chores and other demands on our time. One way to find the balance is to set achievable and exceedable goals…Read More...



    Today at the Learning Center...

    The POV Problem: Keeping it in Your Head by Brantwijn Serrah

    I recently did some beta reading for a young writer hoping to submit her first manuscript for consideration. I thought the story had some great potential, but of course as this young writer is still testing her wings, there were definitely a few things she needed to learn about the craft. This provided an excellent… Read More...


    Today at the Learning Center...

    How Fantasy Loves Romance and Romance Loves Fantasy by Dora Machado

    People ask me all the time why I chose to write romantic fantasy. The short answer is that I can’t envision writing one without the other. The long answer might be a little more complex. The union of fantasy and romance is a marriage of convenience. The genres complement, enhance and enrich each other. Beyond…