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Anne O’Brien Carelli—Perseverance and Blind Optimism

Author Anne O’Brien making friendship bracelets. In this week’s Author Up Close, I interview Anne O’Brien Carelli, author of adult nonfiction, the middle-grade book Skylark and Wallcreeper, and the picture book Amina’s New Friends. She’s been a friend and mentor since we met at our first Writer Unboxed conference.  Anne is the …

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Gwen Hernandez and Blind Justice

Our resident Scrivener aficionado Gwen Hernandez recently released her novel, Blind Justice.  We’re so pleased she’s taken the time to join us here today and tell you more about it. Growing up, Gwen Hernandez wasn’t brave enough to share the stories in her head with other kids, but they usually …

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Finding Your Character’s Blind Spot

Please welcome back today’s guest, DiAnn Mills! DiAnn Mills is a bestselling author who believes her readers should expect an adventure. She is a storyteller and creates action-packed, suspense-filled novels to thrill readers. Her titles have appeared on the CBA and ECPA bestseller lists; won two Christy Awards; and been …

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