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Subscribing to a magazine may not sound like a writing tip, but it’s the  best one I was given so I’m passing it on. The first action I took when I returned to fiction writing was subscribing to Writer’s Digest. It had been years since I thought about the publishing world–playwrights, TV writers, don’t publish. I …

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This monologue was published in the anthology Monologues for Women by Women edited by Tori Haring-Smith. It is approximately 3-minutes. Feel free to use it as an audition piece. Please let me know how it works if you do! Hay By Cynthia Franks (GIDA—40s-50s walks out of an old falling-down farm house.  She carries a suitcase and …

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  The Legend Series story moves seamlessly from book to book. I read somewhere that Marie Lu wrote the series as a modern retailing of Les Misérables.  I confess, I never read it, only seen the musical. I like the series. The first book is excellent. Day is an interesting character you want to spend …

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