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14 Habits Of Highly Successful Authors

I just returned from Romance Writers of America, which is a conference dedicated to all genres of romantic fiction. I love

What Right Do We Have To Write What We Don't Know Or Personally Experience?

Does having firsthand knowledge about one kind of bigotry allow an author to write about the discrimination faced by another group?

As Ed Gillespie’s Campaign Goes, So Goes The Memory Of The Civil War

Historian David Blight once said that “The civil war sits like the giant sleeping dragon of American history ever ready to

Oprah's Favorite Things — 2017 Edition!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! And Oprah’s bringing you more perfect presents than ever (102!) including some favorites from back in the day. Find your Favorite Things at

Goodbye, Eduardo

Cross-posted from I’m 73, which means that saying goodbye for the last time is increasingly a part of my

9 Page-Turners Too Addictive To Put Down

The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo "Any lover of retellings or original fairy tales will enjoy these offerings, whether

Queer Signs And What They Tell Us

The only place that I felt I could appropriately learn these terms was by socializing with my LGBTQ Deaf and signing peers.

ACLU Will Defend Milo Yiannopoulos' Right To Free Speech

The civil rights group will take D.C.'s transit to task after the conservative author's ads were removed.

When Booting Dead White Guys Off Reading Lists Is A Good Idea

A recent tabloid scandal managed to raise awareness of a big problem within the English literary canon.

Anna Faris Opens Up About Preemie Son's Health Battle

“I was in complete shock," the actress wrote in her upcoming memoir.

Nic Stone On Race Relations And Dear Martin, Her Must-Read Novel About Police Brutality And Black Lives Matter

JD Myall sits down with Nic Stone to get to the heart of Stone’s new novel, Dear Martin, and to discuss race in modern America

YA Twitter's Diversity War Is Hurting Writers Of Color

The harm of callout culture is quietly dripping into PoC communities and making us afraid of our own narratives.

We Talk About Fonts All Wrong. Here's A Better Way.

"Never Use Futura" author Douglas Thomas thinks we need to have a more positive conversation about typefaces.

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