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Interview with L.J. Cohen

LJ Cohen is a novelist, poet, blogger, ceramics artist, and relentless optimist. After almost twenty-five years as a physical therapist, LJ now uses her anatomical knowledge and myriad clinical skills to injure characters in her science fiction and fantasy novels. … Continue reading

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Goal(s) Post(s)

It’s Spring! Although the weather hasn’t quite sprung here in New England (we keep getting snow flurries. It doesn’t stick, but it’s annoying and it really interfered with Sunday’s Easter Egg hunt) I am ready and raring to go for … Continue reading

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Interpreting the Beta Reader

Beta readers are one of a writer’s greatest resources. This is usually an unpaid endeavor, done by friends or colleagues. The favor is often returned, the service reciprocal. It takes guts to be a good beta reader. Simply praising the writer … Continue reading

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