Finding Joy in Rejection

Categories: writing
In the past two weeks, I’ve hit some writing milestones. I submitted my first piece for publication on October 31. I’ve been writing stories for as long as I’ve been able to string words together but despite positive feedback, I’d…
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Writing Prompts

Categories: tools
Ever suffer from the dreaded writer’s block? While plenty of folks will tell you there’s no such thing, many of us have had those days when we sit down to write and nothing comes out. Recently, I was listening to…
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Books for Writers

Categories: tools, writing
If you’ve ever identified yourself as a writer, you’ve probably heard of Stephen King’s On Writing and Anne Lamott’s Bird by Bird. Both are excellent books that I’ve enjoyed. However, today I wanted to share some books that are less about the…
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Podcasts for Writers

Categories: tools, writing
Last week, I shared a review of “The Emotional Wound Thesaurus” as a soft kick-off to a series of resources for writers. Today, I’ll begin diving into other types of recommendations. Let’s start with podcasts. If you haven’t yet entered…
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The Emotional Wound Thesaurus

Categories: tools, writing
I’ve written about other books in this series – The Emotion Thesaurus, The Positive and Negative Trait Thesauruses, The Urban and Rural Setting Thesauruses. They’ve become invaluable tools as I write my fiction, lending depth and sparking ideas in uncountable…
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Role Reversal: Submitting my Writing for Critique

Categories: writing
I’ve been writing for a long time, but I’ve recently begun sharing my work and asking for feedback. It’s a weird feeling, considering I’m most often on the side of doing the editing and critiquing. Last year I was working…
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I’m Stacia Rogan, an editor, project manager, avid reader, former full-time freelancer, sporadic writer, and list-maker.

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