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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 19
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 19
Breakthrough Insecurity as a Writer 
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 14
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 15
How to Waste Money When Self-Publishing a Book 
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 17
Why Self-Publishing Authors Should Consider Establishing Their Own Imprint 
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 16
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 17
“Teaching is about taking things apart; writing is about putting things together.”
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 17
“Books are a form of political action. Books are knowledge. Books are reflection. Books change your mind.”
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 14
“Every sentence must do one of two things—reveal character or advance the action.”
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 15
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 14
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 16
“It is what you don’t write that frequently gives what you do write its power.”
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 15
“Somebody gets into trouble, then gets out of it again. People love that story. They never get tired of it.”
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 16
“Writers get a nice break in one way, at least: They can treat their mental illnesses every day.”
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 16
“I think writers are the most important members of society, not just potentially but actually.”
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 16
“If a lover in a story wins his true love, that’s the end of the tale, even if World War III is about to begin and the sky is black with flying saucers.”
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 15
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 18
The process by which bread toasts is called the Maillard Reaction.⠀ ⠀ OMG!! I just gotta use this word in a book just to F with word lovers.⠀
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Sylvia Hubbard, Suspense Romance Scribe Aug 16
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