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How do fiction writers enchant readers?

Enchantment happens when you don’t sacrifice your own voice to the god of marketability. All writers crave an audience, but it’s by writing from your own passion, and expressing yourself skillfully using your voice that you will produce valuable writing: writing … Continue reading

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Why I write unconventional (and unpopular) book reviews

I am driven to write book reviews for my blog though these posts are seldom popular compared to my running posts. Why do I do it? I realize that books are (and always have been) my greatest passion. Running was … Continue reading

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My Life in Middlemarch: Rebecca Mead’s tribute to George Eliot moves both heart and intellect

My Life in Middlemarch by Rebecca Mead Book review by Nancy Tinari Reading Rebecca Mead’s My Life in Middlemarch gave me a renewed optimism about the endurance of excellent writing and appreciative readers. It reminded me that great writing has … Continue reading

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