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"I’m a fantasy writer, editor, math and computer programming geek, and a coffee addict. For those curious about my work, visit my website: http://www.graemebrownart.com
This is my blog, where I share about the journey of writing. Not just my journey, though. As a writer who has committed the last several years to developing my craft a little every day, I have had a lot of fun making my own discoveries, but the companions met on the way are the best part. I’m grateful to the many writers who have kindly shared their wisdom and helped me, so it’s my desire to pass that on.Follow this blog if you’re interested in occasional updates on my writing life, weekly author in the spotlight posts, and the occasional fantasy book highlight."
"Once upon a time, about five years ago, an idea for a book came into my head. It was story about a girl who was stuck in a peaceful little town, totally secluded from the rest of the world. 
After writing some rough sketches, a very colorful and eccentric story was starting to emerge. Every day, after tutoring (my job at the time), I would find myself typing more of the story at local coffee shops, just for fun. Writing notes in between tutoring appointments. Drawing sketches of the characters and making story maps when my students were on their breaks. 

I began to love this story very much and it started to become the most exciting project that I had ever worked on. But at that time I told very few people about it, because I was afraid that people would think it was crazy that me, a twenty-two-year-old man at
the time, was spending his free time writing a fantasy story.
Two years later, after I kept on delaying writing the book (and after a serious of unfortunate events landed me with pretty much zilch in life) my sister suggested I write a blog about the experience to motivate me."
Critique Circle is the place to have some serious workshopping done. Do not skip over this site, Writers: you need them.

Devin Berglund
"This is my writing blog. The focus of my blog is Love, Life, and Writing. My mission is to help writers, travelers, and couples reach their greatest potential in life. I want to bring light where there is none."

"Advice for Authors of Science Fiction & Fantasy"

"Fantasy Writers Unite is a blog about reading and writing speculative fiction, it also battles the tough topics of humor and historical inaccuracies. Enjoy!"

"Offering multiple perspectives on writing and the publishing industry -- from the first draft to final product, and everything beyond."

"I started this blog in 2010 with some burning questions:
  • How do successful writers make a living?
  • What does it really take to get published?
  • How do you pursue a passion?"

"Illegal writing, that is not legal writing. A lawyer traing to knock out a novel." 

"Daniel Kamin is the author of Ruby of the Realms, which was released by Black Rose Writing in 2010. He is hard at work on other novels and enjoys writing fantasy/urban fantasy."

"The Once in a Blue Muse Blog is Lisa's place for occasional ramblings, less occasional rants, and thoughts about writing and the writing process.  It's also where you might see her newest poem or snippet from a novel in progress.  Occasionally, you might stumble upon a picture of her dog, or maybe the kids, or a random thought about food or Doctor Who."

"How To Write Query Letters ... or, really, how to revise query letters so they actually work"

"Chuck Wendig is a novelist, screenwriter, and game designer. This is his blog. He talks a lot about writing. And food. And the madness of toddlers. He uses lots of naughty language. NSFW. Probably NSFL. Be advised."

"On writing and creative entrepreneurship"

"The Write Practice is here to kick-start your practice. You have to write millions of words no one is ever going to see before you can write the ones that will change someone’s life.
Fifteen minutes a day, six times a week, you will practice writing like Hemingway, James Joyce, Malcolm Gladwell, and many others. As you imitate their voices, you’ll grow into yours. And you’ll be on your way not just to publishing, but to publishing something people will actually want to read. Sound good?"
"A simple place to write."

 "Shining a bright light into the dark corners of the shadow-world of literary scams, schemes, and pitfalls. Also providing advice for writers, industry news and commentary, and a special focus on the weird and wacky things that happen at the fringes of the publishing world."