Will the Chairs Turn?

Published March 5, 2014 by Laura Crean Author

A reminder to writers to just keep writing and not be put off by those mounting rejection letters. Just push on and keep pitching – one day it may be your voice that turns that judges head to scream “That’s my voice – I want you!”

Buried Under Books

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASandra Parshall is celebrating the release today of Poisoned Ground, the sixth title in her series about Virginia veterinarian Rachel Goddard. Kirkus Reviews has called the series “fast-paced, chilling, and compulsively readable” and says “Parshall expertly maintains the tension until the surprising conclusion” of the latest book. Publishers Weekly adds, “A fast-paced plot with plenty of false leads keeps the reader turning the pages.” Visit Sandra’s website for more information: http://www.sandraparshall.com.

I admit I’m hooked on The Voice.

I think it’s on too often — two “seasons” a year are one too many — and like most fans I grumble about a couple of the coaches, but every episode finds me glued to the TV. I enjoy the singing, but what I find mesmerizing is the raw yearning the contestants display as they strive to realize their dreams.

They remind me of aspiring writers.

That’s why I get…

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