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ATTENTION: Before Reading, get information about the Great Blog Voice Experiment here. The topic: “A young woman confronts her parents after discovering she has inherited telekinetic powers.” ________________________________________ Lindsey stormed into the living room, where her parents sat doing the … Continue reading

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ATTENTION: Before Reading, get information about the Great Blog Voice Experiment here.The topic: “A young woman confronts her parents after discovering she has inherited telekinetic powers.”______________ Christina Robicheaux had been in trouble before but was willing to bet that this … Continue reading

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Sharon Roat, a newly minted Harper Children’s author with a most Dickensian name, recently interviewed me on her blog, Sharon Wrote. Sharon and I met each other at the NYC Teen Author Festival a few weeks back. Today, writer and … Continue reading

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Today’s question: I was reading your most recent blog post, and the last line caught my attention. “if you want to be really safe, keep that stuff off the internet.” So, I was wondering what you thought about [Paperback Writer’s … Continue reading

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Perhaps you have seen the current blog posts about Nalini Singh, who is an amazing author and a Great Blog Voice Experiment participant. It seems that a reader’s blog called Dearauthor.com is interested in seeing how 100 bloggers blogging about … Continue reading

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Note: scroll down for more GBVE entries… We’ve now posted six of the twelve entries that comprise the Great Blog Voice Experiment. Are you all enjoying yourselves so far? Learning something? Or, are there detractors in our midst? People who … Continue reading

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So a few weeks ago, there was a flurry of posts on the lit blogosphere reacting to complaints about similar stories by different writers. This is what happened: a reader (Amazon reviewer) or similar would write a scathing piece about … Continue reading

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