Category Archives: Writing Advice

For The Love Of…Taking A Breath

Sitting here, two days after Thanksgiving, I took a deep breath and looked around the living room. My husband in his work clothes, with a three day scruff and enthralled by something on his computer; two dogs are passed out … Continue reading

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For The Love Of…You Just Never Know

My father was in the military and we traveled around a lot during my childhood. My mother, however, was born in the South and lived there until she married my father. When dad retired, we moved to Texas and there … Continue reading

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Nights of Passion – Blog Reconstruction News! Pass It On!

  Currently Nights of Passion blog will be undergoing through changes and renovations. Nights of Passion will expand to include the passions that often happen at night such as Mystery, Science Fiction and Fantasy.  Some new authors will be joining … Continue reading

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Are You Ready for Spring?

Spring awakens in my household and so do the options.  Do you do any of the following things: 1) Open up all the windows and air out the house. 2) Go room to room and try to give it a … Continue reading

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Let’s Keep In Touch by Stacy Hoff

Recently I went to a writers’ conference. Many of the classes at this two-day event focused on book promotion. I agree that promoting books is a necessary evil for any author. (Most authors just want to write novels all day … Continue reading

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Writing Advice From The Best (And Me) by Stacy Hoff

Lately, a few of my writer friends have asked me for some advice on how to get motivated writing. Considering I’ve been a bit of a slacker lately, I’m not sure I’m the best candidate to ask. Notwithstanding my questionable … Continue reading

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What Writers Can Learn From Artists About The Creative Process by Stacy Hoff

      Above picture: “Head” by Philip Guston (MoMA)   I visited New York City not too long ago. I traveled to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met) and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). I did more than … Continue reading

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