Robyn Carr

April 4th, 2013

“And, I do remember advising that if you aren’t willing to invest as much time in learning to write as you would invest in any other degree program, you’re looking to get off easy - and you’re going to be disappointed.”
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Robyn Carr, Romance Writer

Christina Dodd

March 5th, 2013

“So, what happens if you as a writer go too over the top? Maybe you wont’ sell the story, but at least you’ll be emphatically rejected, and that beats indifference any day.”
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Christina Dodd, Romance Writer

Robyn Carr

March 4th, 2013

“For me, there is only one way: view the setbacks as a fact of life. This is the nature of the beast, and no writer, not the most successful among us or struggling writer, escapes them.”
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Robyn Carr, Romance Writer

Christina Dodd

February 5th, 2013

“Besides, rejection builds character. I would know. I have a lot of character. More than 25 rejection letters worth.”
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Christina Dodd, Romance Writer

Robyn Carr

February 4th, 2013

“The writers I know who are not only doing very well, but also consistently growing their careers, tend to be positive, hard-working writers who enjoy their jobs and their lives. I’m sure there are plenty of miserable cusses out there who are suffering their way through millions, but thank God they’re not close friends of mine!”
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Robyn Carr, Romance Writer

Jane Porter

February 3rd, 2013

“Writing is about putting together a great story. And the great writers out there do it again and again and again.”
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Jane Porter, Romance Writer

Christina Dodd

January 5th, 2013

“Readers read to live and breathe in the heroine’s shoes, so make that heroine vivid and her life fascinating.”
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Christina Dodd, Romance Writer