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margay-roberge's picture
I am the guest blogger at Fresh Fiction. Today only, stop by and comment for your chance to win a copy of the first book in the Dante Chronicles series, Nora's Soul. http://freshfiction.com/blog/2009/01/margay-leah-justice-from-conception... Hope to see you there! Margay Leah Justice
veronica-chater's picture
Hi Red Room writers & readers! I’d like to invite you to a literary event in San Francisco called Opium Magazine’s Literary Death Match, at the Elbo Room, on Jan. 9. I will be representing Memoir (and) Magazine, and reading an excerpt from a true story called “Flea Spit,” which is coming out in...
kim-smith's picture
Welcome to the Murder Mystery E-Dinner! 2nd PRIZE - ecopy of Avenging Angel and mention on the radio show! 1st PRIZE - $20.00 gift certificate to Amazon.com and mention on theradio show! How can you enter? It's easy! 1. First, email me at pubd2b at yahoo dot com with Murder Mystery E-Dinner in the...
margay-roberge's picture
I am guest blogging at Yankee Romance Reviewers today. Stop by and comment for a chance to win a copy of my debut novel, Nora's Soul.   http://yankeeromancereviewers.blogspot.com/2008/12/art-of-procrastination-by-margay-leah.html
david-niall-wilson's picture
I wrote this for the blog over at Writing Roads but I thought it was appropriate to share with all of you.  Hey, it’s not the best poetry I ever wrote…but the message is sincere.    If you follow that link I just posted, you can enter the contest to win come pretty cool things, just by posting...
delia-cabe's picture
Yesterday, I found out that my husband likes fruitcake. How could he? I feel betrayed. He’s committed a sin of omission. We’ve been together for 10 Christmases, and he had never admitted to this until now. I have two theories for his liking that dense, gooey mass—a waste of sugar and flour that...
mary-menacho's picture
Writing for 2008 NaNoWrimo was a great way to get started on my next novel. I can't say that what I produced was anything like an actual first draft. It was however, an extended exercise in turning over the concepts that will make for that first draft. In November's writing, I played with potential...
red-room-well-red's picture
Red Room congratulates Mary Menacho, the winner of Red Room's National Novel Writing Month Contest! Mary was among hundreds of Red Room authors and members who competed in November's NaNoWriMo, completing a 50,000-word draft and submitting it for recognition. "Wrimos," as contest entrants...
anne-kallsen's picture
It began at midnight on November 1st. 50,000 words. 30 days. Impossible. I have wanted be a novelist for about, well, since 6th grade, so-- five-ish years. In 6th grade, I began working on my first project. It was about Princess Katwinelle who's mother was dying and only she could save her by going...
kim-chambers's picture
NaNoWriMo 2008 is a great way to spend November.