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Review by Roxanna Coldiron Summary This is the story of two women, separated by time, connected by family and country, who experienced their Cuban heritage in different ways and found love along the way. Marisol goes to the country of her grandmother Elisa's birth to spread her ashes and learns more about her grandmother as … Continue reading Mini Book Review: ‘Next Year in Havana’ by Chanel Cleeton
Everyone I know is happy to say good-bye to 2020! While we don't expect all of our problems to be solved in the new year, we are still hopeful. Writing Goals for 2021 Our writing goals for 2021 include more posts for this blog, a course or two, and yes - working on the draft … Continue reading Bring on 2021!
We made it through 2020! This has been one tough year and we are glad to say good-bye to it. With a fresh start in mind, we wanted to share a few writing prompts that could help you to navigate this new year on your writing journey! via WordPress GIF Library Generating Ideas 1. Every … Continue reading Writing Prompts for New Year’s Day 2021
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Halloween is such a fun time of the year. The season is changing in a burst of fiery colors, and the temperatures are getting cooler. Spooky decorations adorn houses in the neighborhood. Then, of course, there's the costumes and the candy! I like really scary movies of the paranormal variety but also enjoy more toned-down … Continue reading Spooky Writing Prompts
When I sit down to write a book, I do not say to myself, ‘I am going to produce a work of art.’ I write it because there is some lie that I want to expose, some fact to which I want to draw attention, and my initial concern is to get a hearing. – … Continue reading The Power of What We Write [Quote Post]
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