Wednesday Writers Wisdom

Wednesday Writers Wisdom
January 7, 2015 4 Comments Writing Stephanie Ayers

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Also new and improved, this spot will now feature a monthly author, with Wednesday’s used to share advice, interviews, and features. If you are interested in being an “Author of the Month”, click the Contact me tab, stick Feature in the subject line, and tell me why you should be the author of the month.

I do need your help, though. This particular meme is put together for you. Many of my followers are writers themselves, aspiring to be published, or just for the sheer enjoyment of writing. I want this space to be yours. Use it to sound off your thoughts, ask questions, etc. In that spirit, I need to know…

If you could ask anything of an author, what would you ask?

Please leave your questions in the comments. I’m putting together a new interview form for these authors and want to make sure the things you really want to know are in there.

Thanks for your participation, and please don’t be shy.

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Stephanie Ayers A published author with a knack for twisted tales, Stephanie Ayers is the Executive Creative Director of OWS Ink, LLC, a community for writers and readers alike. She loves a good thriller, fairies, things that go bump in the night, and sappy stories. When she is not writing, she can be found in Creative Cloud designing book covers and promotional graphics for authors.
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  1. 4 Comments

    A.L. Mabry

    Sometimes when I hit a wall (writer’s block) I like to search the internet for inspiration. I’m amazed at the things that can trigger a new story or a plot twist for me. Some of my favorite are music videos on Youtube and images on Pinterest. Where do other writer’s find their inspiration?

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      SAM

      That’s a good one!

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    Kir Piccini

    How do you keep all the voices in your head talking? Sometimes I am overwhelmed by all the stories I want to tell…so I tell none of them.

    I’d like to know how other writers keep those voices talking on the page.
    What makes those stories worth telling?

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