The last seven months spent researching Atlanta’s amazing neighborhoods and the entertainment, economic and environmental drivers of the metro area culminated yesterday as we celebrated my book launch at Atlanta

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“Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.”

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In February, Atlanta writer Susan Crawford got the news new authors dream about: a two-book deal with a major publisher after a seven round-seven-bidder auction for the work. According to

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Today, The Writing Well features local Atlanta author Stephen R Drage, an entrepreneur and award-winning public speaker. Stephen is a gifted storyteller, who is working on the second book in

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Photo by: Jeff McQuaid Connecting with a literary agent is a lot like courting: you need to find the right fit – a collaborative partner who believes in you and

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        I’ve attended my share of writing conferences over the years, but seldom have I come out of one as jazzed as I did at the conclusion

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In 2008, for the first time in history, more books were self-published than those published traditionally. In 2009, 76% of all books released were self-published, while publishing houses reduced the

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    I am in the second week of the WordCount Blogathon along with 250 other bloggers. This challenge – to blog every day in the month of May —

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I am finally taking a breath after the long Labor Day weekend and work week to share some thoughts from this year’s DragonCon.  For the second year, I braved the

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Today, I’m pleased to introduce The Writing Well’s first-ever guest blogger — publishing entrepreneur, Bonnie Bajorek Daneker. As CEO of Write Advisors, Daneker oversees the strategic direction of the company to enable its clients

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