Tag Archives: novels

What a Writer Reads

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, taking a look back at my checkered career and once again finding a convenient topic to blog about. I’ve mentioned before that I’ve been rereading many old favorites since the pandemic began. Let’s face it. … Continue reading

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Will Novels Survive?

Hi Barb here. I’m in Key West where the temperature is hovering at 66 degrees and everyone is complaining about the cold. (Don’t hate me.) * * * * * Constitutionally, I have to say I hate all conversations that … Continue reading

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Kaitlyn vs. the Robots

Kaitlyn Dunnett here, just back from the Novelists Inc. conference, a gathering of multi-published writers of genre fiction. Like most who attended, I took copious notes because things like discoverability (reaching new readers) and figuring out how to best use … Continue reading

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