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New Year Goals by Stacy Hoff

Hello Passionate readers, I’m in the midst of preparing my 2017 New Year’s writing goals. Here’s some of what I’ve got down: 1) complete my work-in-progress (WIP) 2) stop psyching myself out about my WIP 3) start brand new mansucript, … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays by Stacy Hoff

Happy holidays, Passionate readers! This year the calendar is giving everyone a gift – Chanukah (12/24), Christmas (12/25), and Kwanzaa (12/26), can finally be celebrated at the same time. I truly hope these celebrations have people, familities, communities, and nations, … Continue reading

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How NaNoWriMo 2016 Worked Out For Me by Stacy Hoff

My writer friends and I always talk about our progress, which is not surprising. The writing community is small, passionate, helpful, and eager to keep everyone motivated. But even with this group of cheerleaders, we like to jump on events that … Continue reading

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Fun Things Happening! October is a Big Month for Us!

Hi everyone, I have fun things happening. I’m trying to put this in chronological order so be aware of the dates. First off, Oct. 5th is a big day! Vampire Princess of New York will be released first in Kindle … Continue reading

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Novels—And Horses—Of A Different Color by Stacy Hoff

I guess you could call my (soon to be released) horse racing/romance novel a “horse of a different color.” Why is my book an outlier? From what I can surmise, here are the reasons: There aren’t a whole lot of … Continue reading

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Keep On Writing by Stacy Hoff

Ever since I decided to get back in the writing saddle I’ve been diligently typing away. It’s been one heck of a ride. I’ve fallen off. Gotten back on. Only to crash on the dirt track once again. I am … Continue reading

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Getting Published, Making Money & Falling Off a Cliff by Stacy Hoff

For most fiction writers I know (primarily in the women’s fiction and romance categories) becoming a published author is akin to running a marathon filled with buried land mines. For those aspiring to race on this crazy road anyway, I … Continue reading

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