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Sara Petersen
Writer / Novelist / Book hoarder / When not writing, I'm drinking coffee & dreaming about it. Follow on Instagram 👉🏻 @ when_writing
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Matthew McConaughey Mar 17
because every red light eventually turns green
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Sara Petersen 9 Sep 19
Replying to @hannah_m_long
Hey! I’ll find you! Mine is @when_writing
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Sara Petersen 19 Aug 19
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Sara Petersen 12 Aug 19
This is an amazing idea! I’m so in and want to start one in
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Sara Petersen 12 Aug 19
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Sara Petersen 4 Aug 19
Replying to @Discovery
✨ Can’t wait to watch it! ✨
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Discovery 4 Aug 19
starts at 8p! Watch on Discovery or Discovery GO!
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Sara Petersen 3 Aug 19
“Publishing is a long game. Don’t give up too early.” 😊
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Sara Petersen 3 Aug 19
Just attended this talk and really enjoyed it! So many good quotes: “Sometimes you just have to write the book that’s on your heart and edit while you wait for the market.”
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Sara Petersen 3 Aug 19
‘s talk on character building was so good. She even passed around her folder so we could see her world building notes and character sketches. So helpful!
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Sara Petersen 3 Aug 19
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Sara Petersen 30 Jul 19
Just 4 days left until the ! I’m looking forward to spending a whole day talking about writing and meeting other writers in Franklin/Nashville.
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Sara Petersen 25 Jul 19
Replying to @CarolineGeorge_
Yes! 👏🏻👏🏻
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Sara Petersen 23 Jul 19
If you’re serious about success, then you need to improve your recovery.
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Sara Petersen 24 Jun 19
The 15-minute morning routine Anthony Trollope used to write 1 book each year for 39 years
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Sara Petersen 8 Jun 19
There are some really good book recommendations below.
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Sara Petersen 31 May 19
A well-constructed chapter is almost a mini-novel. It has a beginning, middle, & end. It builds to a climax. It transitions toward the next chapter, as if the entire novel is a series of mini-novels. ⁦⁦
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Sara Petersen 11 May 19
Danielle Steel's surprising secret to success ✨
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Sara Petersen 5 May 19
We are all apprentices – 3 top tips to learning the craft of writing
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Sara Petersen 26 Apr 19
Weekend column: Writer's block? Here's advice from Steinbeck
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