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Tag Archives: Charlotte Carter
Hi all – Charlotte Carter here! A writer’s life can be an interesting one. Not only can I go to work in my robe and slippers if I’m so inclined, odd things can happen. Some years ago one of my … Continue reading
Charlotte Carter joins us today with some inside tips for writing continuity series. I was thinking there would be spreadsheets and teeth-gnashing, but she makes it sound almost easy. Almost. Anyway, for those of you who have an interest along … Continue reading
REMINDER: Kristen Lamb is guest blogging on Writers In The Storm this Friday! Kristen is the author of best-selling books We Are Not Alone–The Writer’s Guide to Social Media and Are You There, Blog? It’s Me, Writer . Both books are recommended … Continue reading
By Charlotte Carter For a working author it’s often a good idea to write for two different publishers. In my case I write for Guideposts Books and Love Inspired Romance. That gives me an opportunity to write more books and … Continue reading
Be sure to visit Writers In The Storm next week! Not only will we be publishing our 100th post, we’ll also be kicking off our Going To The Chapel Contest, just in time for “wedding season.” Speaking of contests…here’s a … Continue reading
By Charlotte Carter Athletes are an interesting breed. As a youngster I used to play baseball in a nearby vacant lot and football in the street with the neighbor boys. In school, I was on intramural teams. I was a … Continue reading
by Charlotte Carter Every writer gets rejects. But they don’t have to be demoralizing. Some years ago I was writing magazine articles. I’d allow myself ten rejects per article then moved onto something else. (I did manage to sell a … Continue reading