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The Discipline of Writing and the Fear of Failure

As the new year begins, let’s talk about the elephant in the room. One of the toughest things about becoming a writer is discipline. We all know a book doesn’t write itself and no matter how much praying we do, the words don’t always come. I have been writing a long time…well, sort of. I

Write Touch Conference Speaker Profile: Maya Rodale

I’m tickled pink to meet Maya Rodale next April. So you can meet her too, get out your redsharpie and mark it on your calendar – Meet Maya Rodale…The Write Touch ConferenceAPRIL 4-7, 2019The Hyatt Regency –Milwaukee, Wisconsin Maya Rodale To prepare you for meeting Ms. Rodale, here’s more about this fabulous author. To be

New Release Tuesday – November 2018

Congratulations to the following WisRWA members on their new releases this month.                 A War Within by Katherine Hastings                   On Par with a Fairy by Lyla Bardan                   Laossin: Prince of

13 Ideas to Inspire Creativity

Ever have a deadline and have no clue how you’re going to meet it? That painful moment that seems to last ten years where your brain refuses to engage in thought and you’re left idea-less. I was there just minutes ago when I realized it was my turn to post and I had no topic

2017 Chapter Service Award

The WisRWA Chapter Service Award is an award that WisRWA gives out to members who have shown exemplary service to our organization often going above and beyond the call of duty for WisRWA.  Members are nominated and sent to the Chapter Service Award chair or chairs who will read through the nominations and choose the

New Release Tuesday – October 2018

Congratulations to the following WisRWA members on their new releases this month.                 Forgetting the Scot by Jennifer Trethewey                   Salt & Venom by Amy McNulty                   The Dance Hall Wife by

How to Avoid Writing Burnout

We all know about writer's block, yes? That nagging problem where all of a sudden the words and ideas stop flowing. Usually after a day or so, the ideas start flowing again. No, I'm talking about a real burnout where everything seems to have run into a solid brick wall. You see, I've been writing

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