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Now What?

Posted by Rachel on February 27, 2017 in audience, characters, discovery, editing, how-to, outline, planning, plot, reading, review, structure, writing, writing tips |

The End. Now what? After you’ve finished writing and readers have reviewed your work, it’s time to evaluate the next step. The feedback you’ve received and the criticism of your project will probably be a whole host of things that cause stress and anxiety. Mainly: how do I know what to fix? Interpreting these notes […]

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2016 Fall TV Round Up

Posted by Rachel on October 12, 2016 in current event, discovery, review |

I usually review half a dozen or so new shows each fall but this season didn’t have many that drew my attention, but these four are captivating ideas I had to check out. Here are my 2016 Fall TV Reviews: The Good Place – The concept is super clever. A woman finds herself dead and […]

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Pulse of Pride

Posted by Rachel on June 16, 2016 in characters, current event, inspiration, reading, review |

I wanted to discuss an array of LGBTQIA+ books for Pride Month but after recent events, I decided to focus on queer Latinx stories. In taking this specific focus I realize there needs to be SO many more of these books. Like whoa. While there are several others I know with Latinx main characters, the […]

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Who Runs The World? Girls!

Posted by Rachel on March 15, 2016 in action, best of, characters, current event, emotion, inspiration, musings, review, voice |

In honor of Women’s History Month, I thought I’d come up with a list of my favorite movies directed by, written by, or starring women. Why not books, you say? I’m an equal opportunity lover of all things artistic. Plus, I talk about books A LOT so I’m switching it up here. These are in […]

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