Monthly Archives: January 2016

Wendy J. Fox: Reconciling book sales as a debut author

Originally posted on Read Her Like an Open Book:
   When I found out my first book had been accepted for publication, I did not have dreams of a bestseller or fame; I mostly experienced relief. While I’d published in…

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On “the Terrible Efficiency of Gaslighting”

Originally posted on BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog:
e.v. de cleyre By e.v. de cleyre On Saturdays, my mother brought me to the fabric store where she worked and taught me to measure yards. At home, the sewing machine whirred us to…

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Live and in person…

I’m on the road, braving Ohio winter: Thursday, March 10, 6:30-8:30 p.m.: A Tasting with Friends, featuring local authors, great wines and beers, to benefit the Washington-Centerville Public Library and Friends of WCPL, at Yankee Trace Country Club. What a … Continue reading

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Do I Own My Story? But What If It’s Also Your Story, and You Don’t Want Me To Tell It?

Originally posted on BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog:
Laurie Hertzel By Laurie Hertzel Like any good student, I sat in the front row, took diligent notes, and believed, for a while, everything my teachers said. As a young newspaper reporter, I had…

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