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Rebecca Jamison
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I'm a published author and stay-at-home mom
I'm a published author and stay-at-home mom

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What I'm Writing Now
I've been hard at work on my next novel, Unforgettable , and I hope to finish it in the next few months. It's a love story that takes place on both the Cape Verde islands and the Eastern part of the United States. Here's a peek at the first chapter: Her
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DITL and DIY
I've been wanting to write a Day in the Life (DITL) post about my life as an author, where I walk you through a typical day in my life. The problem with that is that there is no typical day. Every day is so different. I do write most every day, but every ot...

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Manuscript Makeover Part 4: Final Edits
Last summer, a writer's group invited me to teach a class on editing from start to finish. I designed my manuscript makeover class for them, and I've decided to share it on my blog as a series of posts. This is my fourth and final post in the series. Today ...

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Manuscript Makeover Part 3: Goals, Hooks, and Setting
Last summer, a writer's group invited me to teach a class on editing from start to finish. I designed my manuscript makeover class for them, and I've decided to share it on my blog as a series of posts. I've already covered editing for character and plot in...

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Valentine's Day Sale
I'm taking a brief break from my manuscript makeover series to tell you about a great offer for Valentine's week. I've teamed up with some great authors to offer you a selection of clean romance novels at only  99¢ each. You'll find books from Heather B. Mo...

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Manuscript Makeover Part 2: Plot
Most beginning writers plot by the seat of their pants. In other words, they don't use an outline. There are advantages to avoiding an outline--your story can feel less predictable and more creative, but you're most likely going to have trouble delivering a...

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Manuscript Makeover Part 1: Character
Last summer, a writer's group invited me to teach a class on editing from start to finish. I designed my manuscript makeover class for them, and I've decided to share it on my blog as a series of posts. Today I'll discuss editing for character, which is one...

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Meet Kathryn Cooper
Today, I'd like you to meet author Kathryn Cooper. She and I have been online friends for a few years, and she's awesome. I think everyone should get to know her.  Here's our interview: 1. Please tell me about your new book. What inspired you to write it an...

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Writing = Rewriting
I've been working on two projects lately--a novella set in Rexburg, Idaho, and a novel that begins in the Cape Verde islands. Over the last few months I've been rewriting both. I hate to rewrite, and I love to rewrite. Mostly, I hate it before I start, and ...

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How to Make an Easy Vision Board
I have wanted to make a vision board for a long time now. (If you don't know what a vision board is, here's a quick definition: it's a collage you can make to help you visualize your goals. You can have one for all your goals or just for a specific goal. So...
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