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Use this checklist before you head out the door to your book signing.
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School's finished, the diploma's on the wall and you're out in the working world—so what now? Hit the ground running and start your writing life.
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An introduction to the financial and legal aspects of selling your writing.
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A YA author deliberates on the debate surrounding her book's controversial theme.
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Is writing something you can't NOT do? If so, you're on the right track, as the case of writer Christine Byl