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Jan O'Hara
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Writer of romantic fiction (OPPOSITE OF FROZEN), a former family doc, and columnist for Writer Unboxed.
Writer of romantic fiction (OPPOSITE OF FROZEN), a former family doc, and columnist for Writer Unboxed.

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In fairly short order I’ll be sending out my first newsletter.

My current plan is for it to be monthly and fairly brief. It will contain a blog post around hope, health and healing; glimpses of my personal life; and news on my writing progress, which may or may not include advance previews of the actual prose. There will be occasional exclusive offers for books and giveaways.

Signup information is contained below, but you can unsubscribe at any time and your information will never be shared.

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If you're feeling like this little fellow--bloated, awaiting dramatic flattening by a careless driver in an imported automobile--you could do worse than to read this blog post. It's geared toward writing, but applies to life.

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Pretty excited to receive and share this, to be honest. :)

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If you're in the mood for a lighthearted romp, Christi Craig is doing a Q & A and giveaway (paper or Kindle) for OPPOSITE OF FROZEN.
Q & A & Giveaway (Opposite of Frozen) with Christi Craig #romance

In the dictionary, under the definitions for tenacity and generosity, don’t be surprised to read a notation like this: i.e. Christi Craig. She’s a blogger, a writer, an editor, and by day a sign language interpreter. In the course of her teaching, she has…

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If you're in the mood for a free, lighthearted romp, the very generous Christi Craig has me on her blog today for a Q & A about OPPOSITE OF FROZEN. She's also giving away a Kindle or paperback copy of the book.

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Can politics and writing co-exist? My thoughts, up on Writer Unboxed. 

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The words of Mary Pratt's adviser and the reason I had to write this blog post: "You know that if two artists are married, only one is going to be successful. And in your family, it’s going to be [your husband]. So why don’t you just understand that and look after the house and the kids?"

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Ever get stuck in your manuscript? Here's a post on brainstorming techniques, with generous, humorous, and helpful comments to boot.

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A fan of Joshilyn Jackson or just want to see why others are? She's answering questions today only on Writer Unboxed. 
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