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Writing Advice from Great Authors to Get You Through NaNoWriMo

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Writing Advice from Great Authors to Get You Through NaNoWriMo

Across the country this November, aspiring novelists are clacking away at their keyboards in service of National Novel Writing Month, in which...
Books Every Writer Should Have on Her Bookshelf

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Books Every Writer Should Have on Her Bookshelf

Behind the supposed glamour, writers have one of the toughest jobs in the world. It’s not easy to experience life in all its harsh colors, think...

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Christian Classics for Easter

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Christian Classics for Easter

Christmas is the holiday that gets all the glory on the American calendar, but for Christians, Easter is really the holiest day of the year. This year,...
10 Lessons Learned from Anne Lamott’s Small Victories

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10 Lessons Learned from Anne Lamott’s Small Victories

Anne Lamott is one of America’s wisest, most humane, and most quotable writers. In previous books, such as the classic manual for writing and...
What to Read Next if You Liked California, Orange is the New Black, On Writing, Blood Feud, or Midnight in Europe

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What to Read Next if You Liked California, Orange is the New Black, On Writing, Blood Feud, or Midnight in Europe

After an avalanche of pre-release hype and an endorsement by no less than Stephen Colbert, Edan Lepucki’s dystopian debut, California, is finally...
Telling it Slant: 10 Authors Who Experimented With Autobiography

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Telling it Slant: 10 Authors Who Experimented With Autobiography

Some people can sit down and write the story of their lives in a clear and straightforward fashion and be done. Other people, like New Yorker cartoonist...

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9 Indispensable Books for College Grads

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9 Indispensable Books for College Grads

It’s that time of year. All around the world, college grads are stepping out into the real world, squinting in the sunlight, and wondering...

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15 Books Everyone Should Read Before Having Kids

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15 Books Everyone Should Read Before Having Kids

Making the choice to have children, as the novelist Elizabeth Stone once said, “is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking...

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7 Unforgettable Memoirs of 2013

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7 Unforgettable Memoirs of 2013

If, like me, you find it far easier to examine other people’s lives than contemplate your own (who needs the stress?), then allow me to introduce you to...
11 Books on Writing for Your Post-NaNoWriMo Slump

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11 Books on Writing for Your Post-NaNoWriMo Slump

If, at this moment, you’re ready to light fire to that steaming pile of mess that you called your NaNoWriMo project, don’t. If, at this moment,...
7 Books for People Who Love Eat, Pray, Love

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7 Books for People Who Love Eat, Pray, Love

Throughout the holiday season, we’re gathering books that make the perfect gifts for everyone on your list—from your mother and the teen in your life...

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The 6 Best Books on Writing

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The 6 Best Books on Writing

When you’re low on inspiration, confused, or just procrastinating, writers’ guides can be your salvation. Here are six books on writing we turn...

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