Month: May 2016

For authors, by authors, one word at a time

Juniper Files: Hamster Heartbreak

Watching my 15-year-old daughter play with her little black hamster reminds me of the time, way back, when her and my younger son got their first ones. The anticipation lasted for weeks. I promised the two of them??if they passed the 4th grade, I would get them each a hamster. For her, this was just…
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May 31, 2016 0

Topics to Research for Your Novel

Research can be a tricky component of writing a novel. After all, it???s so easy to fall into the rabbit hole clicking on endless links and losing 3 hours of our life. It can also be frustrating as we search for specifics, but those details can really improve our narratives. We need to find a…
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May 31, 2016 0

In Memorial

Our Write Side’s CEO, Stephanie Ayers, is surrounded by heroes to honor today. Her grandfather, Michael Moore, served as a pilot in the Army Air Force of World War 2. Her father-in-law, John Ayers, served in the Army. Her uncles-in-law, James Elswick and Colden Elswick, were proud Marines. Among the Our Write Side staff, we…
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May 30, 2016 0