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Clean copy that educates and elevates, informs and inspires fellow writers is warmly invited.

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Writing without a roadmap

Writing without a roadmap

Kerri S. Mabee
So, what's it like to write without a roadmap? I'll let you know when I arrive at my destination. Fo…
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2 months agoWriting without a roadmap
Hear, feel, see with your words

Hear, feel, see with your words

Kerri S. Mabee
  "My task which I am trying to achieve is by the power of the written word, to make you…
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2 months agoHear, feel, see with your words
Rekindle the magic of an unfinished story

Rekindle the magic of an unfinished story

Kerri S. Mabee
When it comes to writing, most of us would agree that we have ideas that go on for days and days, in…
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2 months agoRekindle the magic of an unfinished story
Write for clarity, write for speed

Write for clarity, write for speed

Kerri S. Mabee
For those writers whose goal is to make a living with their craft, there are some things they mu…
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6 months agoWrite for clarity, write for speed
On seeing only rain in your writing

On seeing only rain in your writing

Kerri S. Mabee
Living in a valley of vineyards surrounded by modest mountain ranges means that my neighbors and I e…
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6 months agoOn seeing only rain in your writing
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