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A Pilgrimage Worth Taking

If you look closely, you might see a tear on my office Buddha's cheek. I warned him that The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry is one of the saddest, most touching novels I've ever read, while at the same time it is filled with humor and hope. It begins: "The letter...

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A Seed, A Spark, A Lot of Imagination

“Everybody walks past a thousand story ideas every day. The good writers are the ones who see five or six of them. Most people don’t see any.” - Orson Scott "Where do you get your ideas?" That, my reader and writer friends, is the question fiction writers are asked...

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The Hating Game

Hey you guys. I read recently that Romantic Comedy novels are making a comeback. Yay! I love Romantic Comedies. No big surprise, since I've written a few of my own. I just finished reading one that I absolutely LOVED. It's called THE HATING GAME, and the author is an...

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What’s Old Is New Again!

My earliest novels were romantic comedies with a paranormal twist. I loved writing those books! They were lighthearted and fun, but packed with emotion. Which is why I'm excited that they will soon be re-released as a series with new covers and titles! There will be...

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Guest Post by Nikolas Baron of Grammarly

Hello Peeps! Long time, no post . . . I know, I know. Here are my excuses: Moving out of my home of 21 years, gutting of the new house and a 6 month remodel, unpacking boxes and setting up a new place, insomnia, a hangnail, it's cold outside...you get the idea. While...

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Brain & Beauty Food For Writers & Readers

Hey, did you know that the green, leafy vegetable Kale will make you smarter and better looking? Yeah, it's true. In fact, according to Web MD, kale is "one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet." It helps protect against cancer. It lowers cholesterol....

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Writers + Librarians + Students = Good Times

I had a wonderful time at the Texas Library Association Conference in Ft. Worth on Thursday and Friday! I had so much fun, in fact, that I completely forgot to take pictures! 🙁 Oh, well.  Fortunately, I found a couple that relate to my time there. Here I am on a...

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Jenny Archer

About Jennifer Archer

Jennifer Archer is the author of numerous fiction and non-fiction works.  Jennifer enjoys teaching creativity and creative writing workshops. She also writes and edits for clients through her business Archer Editing & Writing Services. She lives in Texas with her husband and three dogs.

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