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When I started writing, the internet hadn't been born, and I wrote gawd awful drivel with no one to guide me. After receiving enough rejections to wallpaper my entire home, I began to realize all the ways in which a story could go wrong. I learned. Slowly, but I learned.

One of my biggest revelations was that a writer cannot write alone in a closet. We thrive best when we have other writers around to bounce ideas off, to brainstorm with, and to learn from. Which brings us to the purpose of this news release.

Now that information is just a click away, I thought I'd pass along some of the advice and writing tips I've received through the years. My new website,, may have just the inspiration you need to flesh out your protagonist or repaint your setting. So sit back and browse--and be sure to check back often. I plan to update regularly.

Roxanne Smolen


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