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Maren Anderson
Write with abandon. Edit with precision.
Write with abandon. Edit with precision.

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Maren's 2016 Year in Review
This is a year in review post, which is mostly for me. I like to remind myself of how much I have accomplished over twelve months, and maybe compare the actual with what I hoped to accomplish. Last year I made a 100-day and year-long plan for 2016. I hit mo...

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Closing the Store Free Chapter One
Hi Everyone!  Enjoy this free chapter as a Holiday present from me.  m * Preface Liz A. Stratton, presidential candidate, peeked from behind the curtain. In front of her stood a crowd of thousands of horny women who had given up sex to show support for he...

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Snowpacalypse Three
I wrote this in response to something I witness on December 14, 2017 in Portland, the city that shuts down when it snows. Enjoy! * My daughter and I have to spend the night in Portland because she has an early medical appointment (Don’t worry, nothing ser...

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Goodreads Giveaway for "Closing the Store"
Goodreads Book Giveaway Closing the Store by Maren Bradley Anderson Giveaway ends November 19, 2016. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway I'm giving away three signed copies of Closing the Store ! m

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6 ways (besides a #sexstrike) to react to the election by Liz Stratton from #ClosingtheStore
Liz A. Stratton is the host of Spare Me! , a
daytime talk show, and the Presidential Candidate for the Women’s Action Party.
(She’s also fictional, but don’t tell her that.) Follow Liz’s adventures in the novel Closing the Store ,
in which she calls a sex s...

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Review of "Unmentionable" by Therese Oneill
This is not a history book. This is not an etiquette book.
This is a well-researched (and humorous) time-travel book. Only, it’s not a
fantasy. Oneill takes you back to the Victorian era and tries to put you into
the shoes (and crotchless pantaloons) of an ...

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Review of "Clockbreakers" by Kate Ristau
In Kate Ristau’s Clockbreakers, Charlie wishes that people would stop feeling sorry for her and just forget
that she is in a wheelchair. Instead, at her eleventh birthday party Charlie
receives a magic key from a stranger that unlocks portals. She is now a

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I'm teaching a #NaNoWriMo Prep Course 10/18/16 in Salem, OR
“Writing a Novel in a Month: How to Get Started” With Maren Bradley Anderson  October 18 @ 6:30 pm  -  8:30 pm $10 «  “Thinking Outside The Book Box” with Christina Katz Willamette Writers Portland Monthly Meeting – Details TBA  » On Tuesday, October 18, 20...

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