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Former filmmaker. Forever storyteller.

How my husband and I finally learned to see eye-to-eye on finances

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How my mom and I finally learned to see eye to eye and work together to build a good relationship

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A shy kid’s reluctant evolution into extroverted adulthood

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How my biggest habit change of the year is going

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Learn from other people’s experiences when making the most important decision of your life

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Let’s get transparent on pros, cons, and the $$$ investment

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What It Cost

Starting as an Assistant Director doesn’t mean you’ll direct

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Assistant Director Director

Choosing evocative names, limiting the number of character perspectives, and other unexpected lessons I learned while writing my first YA book

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1. Make the most of your first chapter

Stephen King said it best: “If you don’t have time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write. Simple as that.”

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An illustrated guide

Shannon Litt

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