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30-Day Challenge!

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Today, it’s my turn to ask the questions. Here’s my challenge to you for the month of June: find a creative way to answer the following.

That could be in the form of discussing it with the people in your household or your colleagues via Zoom meeting. Draw a picture or a diagram. Build a model. Do a vlog. Write a blog post or essay.

Share your responses via your social media, and tag us so we can share them too!

  1. What’s your favorite literary genre and why?
  2. What makes a compelling...

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Reaching Out

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Perhaps today’s topic isn’t strictly writing-related, but one day, someone may write a story set during this time. As with any significant event in history, the narrative should at least deal with the realities of the situation (aside from alt-history, of course).

One thing that’s been on my mind a lot is how we are to care for one another while we can’t see each other in person.

Recently, a couple of friends have had babies. I’ve enjoyed seeing the pictures on social media, but it will be a long time before we can meet...

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Quarantine Reads!

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While we’re still in this phase of social distancing, isolation, and quarantine, we all need things to keep our minds occupied. To that end, here are Supposed Crimes’ fabulous April and May books. 

First, if you’re in the mood for futuristic heroes and villains, you can check out Agent Phoenix by Christopher Michael Carter. There are a lot of fight scenes, so go into this with your battle armor on.

 

Next, put...

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Writing in the time of COVID-19

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These are strange times we’re living in. I wouldn’t have thought this would happen in my lifetime. And yet, here we are.

Because I have teenage children, our house is usually a flurry of activity. Someone always has somewhere to go. I work from home, but everyone else is usually out of the house by 7:15am (if not earlier some days). Then there are after school sports and theater, plus evening activities. It can feel as if we don’t rest at all!

Now we’re all home, all the time, aside from walking our...

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Free Reads to Keep You Safely at Home!

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Stuck home because of social/physical/safety distancing? Bored? Here’s some things that will hopefully make you smile.

If you want a few great free reads, you can browse our page here.

If you’re okay with spending a little, maybe you’d like our low-cost books.

Those of you who are more interested in seeing the latest in your favorite series can check out these.

And of course, here’s

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