L.A. Kennedy

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Joe Fassler on Seven of the Most Common Writing Tips I once heard John Irving give a lecture on his process at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, an in-depth account of the way his novels come to be. He kicked it off by writing a single sentence on the chalkboard—the last line of Last Night in …

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Via WriterMag I wish I’d known a writer can fix anything but a blank page. I wish I’d known the best writing comes from the gut and not from the head. I wish I’d known that, to find your voice, you have to write every day, read every day, and get out of your comfort …

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https://lithub.com/the-10-most-famous-bookstores-in-the-world/ Famous Bookstores in the World For Dedicated Tourists Who Also Want to Buy Books Shakespeare and Company is often described as the most famous bookstore in the world—but which one is the most famous? There have actually been three versions of what is often described as the most famous bookstore in the world: the …

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More Than This Pick up your copy on March 17, 2020 Sometimes life gives you more than this. Two years after whistle-blowing on irregularities in the company she worked for in the US, businesswoman Veronica Smith runs into Cassandra Forster, the woman with whom she had an intense affair back in New York. Cass pushed …

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Current read and I highly recommend it! What are you reading? What books do you recommend? ABOUT UNBURY CAROL The New York Times bestselling author of Bird Box returns with a supernatural thriller of love, redemption, and murder. NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY NEWSWEEK “This one haunts you for reasons you can’t quite put your finger on. . …

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Reckoning (The Cure Trilogy) Get your copy March 24, 2020 Nothing can erase his desire for love and justice… Banding together is the safest, most successful path to freedom. The killing of an allied researcher, sends quarter-vampire geneticist, Rick Hartman, and his soulmate, Eden Freberg, into a spiral of desperation. Compelled to relocate to Norway …

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by Monique Hall Before I had finished the third draft of my manuscript, I kept it from view in much the same way a vampire would shy away from the sun. Whenever someone would walk into the room, there would be a lot of hissing and flailing of arms attempting to protect the work in …

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Roughly 5 percent of the population has such a problem with chronic procrastination that it seriously affects their lives. Vox | Susannah Locke Tax Day is a horror for many procrastinators. For many people, a little procrastination isn’t harmful — like 15 minutes lost in Facebook or putting off doing the laundry for a few days. …

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