Want S’more Fun In Your Season?

We’re trying something new, and we invite you to, too.

Three of us — Alena, Julie, and I — put together a cookbook for s’mores.

“Hold on,” I hear you saying. “S’mores? How can anyone need a cookbook for that? That’s like needing a recipe for boiling water.”

Oh, but I guarantee you haven’t seen s’mores like these.

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Using Folklore In Writing, Learn With Me! (To Write and Have Written)

Ceallaigh S. MacCath-Moran joins me for this month’s Learn With Me, sharing an academic discussion of folklore, fiction, responsibility in using story, the universality of motif, and conspiracy theories!

The Longest Road In The Universe by C.S. MacCath
What Happens Next? Contemporary Urban Legends and Popular Culture by Gail de Vos

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Try Something New! Craft & Development (To Write and Have Written)

It’s surprisingly easy to get into a rut when you’re trying to be professionally creative. This is where the dreaded “writer’s block” get blamed and where you can feel drained or frustrated. Here’s how to maintain the battery and keep your creativity and productivity fueled.

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Try Something New (The Business of Creativity) (To Write and Have Written)

It’s important to try new things! Don’t get in a rut with your marketing; experiment. It’s both useful and fun. Here’s what I’m trying (and it might not work!)

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Marketing: Who Am I? (To Write and Have Written)

It’s easy to get overwhelmed by everything you hear about branding and marketing and more. Let’s break it down and take it slow for gradual, sustainable progress and growth.

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Creating in 2020 and Other Adversities: What To Do About It (To Write and Have Written)

Yeah, it’s been a year that’s hard on creativity, and that’s showing in a lot of us. Let’s talk about why that is and what we can do about it.

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