Category Archives: Soul Mate Publishing

Help! I’m on Overload! by Rebecca Heflin

Well, I’m getting this blog post in by the skin of my teeth. Ever had so much going on in your life all at once that you can’t keep up with everything? In my case, it’s all good, but stressful … Continue reading

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Mardi Gras and…Coping

It’s the height of Mardi Gras season. Endless parties and parades. Paczki and king cakes. Decorations and costumes, drinking and eating in excess, all in the name of a six-week long holiday. The one time of year when purple, green, … Continue reading

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Besieging the Boundaries

Can you define the difference between between genre and literary fiction? I can’t believe I spent over $50,000 on an MFA in Creative Writing and found I could not. I was recently invited to sit on a Revision Panel by a … Continue reading

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Marisa Makes Memories

By Marisa Dillon, author   Of course, you’ve heard of Pinterest, the social media platform that calls itself  “the world’s catalog of ideas.” Think digital cork boards where you virtually pin your favorite on-line photos, then save, share or make … Continue reading

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A Valentine’s Day Sonnet by Catherine Castle

While searching for a quote about love to jumpstart my Valentine’s Day blog post, I came across this saying by Aristotle: Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies. – Aristotle It prompted a poem, a sonnet to … Continue reading

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After four desperate tries for my latest writings, a sequel to my Indigo Sky, I finally nailed down ideas in the form of a synopsis. I know, I know, a synopsis is supposed to be, well, sort of like a … Continue reading

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Are You Using Texture in Your Writing?

Texture is a method of including the influence of the environment in descriptive writing, using the five senses to draw readers into the scene and help them feel a connection to the setting. Every time your character is in a … Continue reading

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