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Writers in the Storm welcomes Shannon Donnelly back, as this month, she makes an excellent argument for writing what you know-and better yet-tells us how. by Shannon Donnelly Writing advice can often seem mysterious. The phrase “write what you know” … Continue reading
by Fae Rowen Okay, I never wrote about that Middle East trip to Dubai, Egypt, and Jordan. There were reasons, okay? Today, I’m prepared to tell you about my four days and three nights in Dubai. On my own. Well, … Continue reading
by Fae Rowen When Laura Drake originally suggested this topic months ago I knew I would be on the “don’t know” end of the throwdown. Everyone else at Writers in the Storm writes about what they know. With Sharla Rae’s … Continue reading
By Laura Drake I’m probably the poster child for the “Write what you know” side of the throwdown. Why? I’ll out myself at the end of this post. Let me answer the easy one first. How? For the last ten years I’ve had an … Continue reading