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GUEST POST: The Princesses Who Were Never Saved by Claerie Kavanaugh

Hello everyone! Happy Monday! I don't know about you, but I've got lots of goals and writerly tasks that I hope to accomplish this week! Mondays always feel kinda daunting, but I woke up with a smile this morning, and I'm determined to keep that smile while I tackle my to-do list! And to help keep that good Monday vibe going, I've got another guest post for you today! Fellow writer Claerie Kavanaugh is here to share with the us the importance of having a solid character arc for your story's villain! Take it away, Claerie! The Princesses Who Were Never Saved by Claerie Kavanaugh One of my favorite quotes is “Evil Queens are just the princesses who were never saved.” I don’t know who originall

GUEST POST: To Reference Or Not To Reference? Tips for Referencing Pop Culture in Your Writing by Er

Hi everyone! One of my goals for this summer quarter is to host more guest posts here on my blog! I'm so excited to feature the first one today! Have you ever wanted to use a song lyric in your book? Or reference a movie or a current trend? Well, Erin Callahan, a fellow 2018 debut author, is here to give us some tips on how to reference pop culture in your novel. Take it away, Erin! :) To Reference Or Not To Reference? Tips for Referencing Pop Culture in Your Writing by Erin Callahan The perfect song in the perfect moment. The book your MC cherishes. Your secondary character’s go-to meme. Everyone loves a novel full of clever pop culture references, right? I used to think so, but the truth i

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